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THE SHAPE: The “Vesica Piscis” is the intersection of two circles, a shape used in Christian art for centuries to illustrate the intersection of the temporal and spiritual worlds.

THE TEXT: John 14:6, “I am the way, the truth and the life” in the original Greek.

THE CROSS: Taken from our old stained glass window, the cross is pointed at the bottom, and so brings to mind Hebrews 4: 12: “For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword…” among other verses, and it’s orientation – pointing down – connotes Christ’s victory over death and the world.

ALPHA AND OMEGA: Another of Jesus’ statements about himself and an assurance of His authority and influence over all of history and our place in it.

THE BACKGROUND: The white St. Andrew’s cross in a blue field is taken from the Scottish flag, or saltire, which is used in the seal of the Church of Scotland. This at once refers to our Scottish Presbyterian heritage and to Church Creek’s location in South Carolina’s St. Andrew’s Parish. St. Andrew is said to have been martyred on a diagonal cross.

THE FIVE CIRCLES: These represent the Five Solas: Scripture, Grace, Faith, Christ and the Glory of God.

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