The Office of Immigration Issues has a new logo
November 28, 2012
The Office of Immigration Issues is proud to introduce a re-designed logo. The logo was created by a local Louisville artist, working from his previous design options for the Presbyterians for Just Immigration. The redesigned logo is meant to reflect the spirit of the changes in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), which includes new language in policy adopted by the 220th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
The new logo represents both the creative movement of God across the face of the earth in creating the nations and diversity of peoples, as well as the constant movement of people as we seek to receive God’s blessing and respond to God’s call on our lives. Further the logo recalls the Trinity. The Triune God is a model of indivisible unity bound by love. Yet Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are not the same, each has autonomy and is free to move and act.
As the church reclaims its identity as the church of the stranger, it is important that we remember the stories of our faith ancestors and the most importantly, the One who migrated to human condition in the person Jesus. To learn more about the work of the Office of Immigration Issues, visit our website.