History of our Logo

Logo designer:    

Pastor W.H. Fehr

 

Detailed touches:

Darell Dyck

Arts & Graphic Editor for the Canada Lutheran

 

The Water: The water represents the world in which the church ministers.
The Ship: The ship is the Church, and in this instance, also a reminder of the craft that brought the first Lutheran to Hudson Bay.
The Sails: The sails represent Canada (if you look closely you can see the map of Canada in the sails). The sails are billowing as the Spirit blows, empowering the Church to move towards the goal. (MNO is the shaded area)
The Cross: The main mast, the main stay of the Church. Even as the Spirit moves, it is always directed by and through Christ. The Cross also points to that place where the first Lutheran worship service was held on North American soil.

 

Recent Newsletters

May 19th, 3:00 pm

Synod visits to church councils in Kenora (Bethesda Lutheran) and Steinbach (St. Paul's Lutheran Church - also undergoing a major renovation)! ... See MoreSee Less

May 17th, 11:06 am

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada National Convention takes place in Winnipeg in early-July! Volunteers are still needed to help host this big event - can you help?
See info in this image, and online: elcic.ca/in-convention/2017-Winnipeg/Volunteers.cfm #myELCIC
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May 17th, 9:15 am

Together in Christ - Lutherans and Catholics Commemorating the Reformation
Session 4 is on Tuesday, May 23 "Growth in Communion Through Dialogue"
7:00pm at St Vital Roman Catholic Church (1629 Pembina Hwy)
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May 16th, 9:54 am

Pictures from The Lutheran World Federation Assembly in Namibia! ... See MoreSee Less

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