New EPC logo available for download


EPClogo-TwittterBannerThe new EPC logo is now available for download in a variety of file formats on the EPC website at www.epc.org/resources/branding. In addition, a usage guide is available to help answer basic questions and prevent confusion about how and where the logo should be used.

The new logo, unveiled at the 35th General Assembly in Orlando, represents the next chapter in the growth and maturity of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. The significance of the elements in the logo are a direct reflection of the vision of the EPC to be a “a global movement of congregations engaged together in God’s mission through transformation, multiplication, and effective biblical leadership, embodying Jesus’ love to our neighbors near and far.”

Central to both the logo and the EPC is the Cross. It is at the center of the logo, as it is the center of our mission as a family of churches. The Cross in the logo also has star and compass/directional aspects—reflecting our desire and willingness to take the gospel in every direction.

Another significant element in the logo is the globe. The EPC aspires to be a global movement, and the stylized rendition gracefully indicates this, as well as a sense of motion. The EPC is not standing still.

Finally, the four strands of the globe portray the Presbyterian foundations of interconnectedness and interdependence. The four strands further represent the four strategies developed in the vision statement: multiplication, revitalization, global movement, and effective biblical leadership.

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EPConnection is the news and information service of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, a denomination of Presbyterian, Reformed, Evangelical, and Missional congregations. To the glory of God, the EPC family aspires to be a global movement of congregations engaged together in God’s mission through transformation, multiplication, and effective biblical leadership, embodying Jesus’ love to our neighbors near and far.

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