If you missed the introduction of the new church logo on Palm Sunday, or if you didn’t catch everything about the new logo the first time around, here’s an outline of what you can look for in the logo (you can see it above).
The tree in the main image shows that our congregation is an historic congregation deeply rooted in Christian faith. You will see three heads in the middle of the tree representative of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The tree sits on a hill which both reminds us of the hills in La Porte and of Calvary’s hill on which Jesus’ cross was fixed. The tree itself reminds us of the cross, as the scriptures often tell us that Jesus was “hung on a tree” (Acts 5:30, 10:39, 13:29 and 1 Pet 2:24.) - You will see our tree is growing and sprouting hands and hearts which represent both the service to which we are called together and the love God would have us give each other. The hands and hearts also have a very youthful look as do the bright bold colors. That’s intentional. We value ministry to children and youth in The Presbyterian Church of La Porte.