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.

 

Upcoming Events

  1. Reformation Commemoration Service of Holy Communion (Winnipeg, MB)

    October 30 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  2. Lecture Presentation by Dr. Timothy Wengert

    November 18 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
  3. Lecture Presentation by Dr. Dirk Lange

    November 25 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

October 17th, 8:35 am

Luther sought truth and preached love. Indulgences sought to capitalize on God's grace. Exploring #The95Theses ow.ly/vZAa30ftRRj ... See MoreSee Less

October 11th, 3:18 pm

Monday, October 30th, 7:00pm
Lutheran Church of the Cross, Winnipeg

We join in a special service to commemorate 500 years since The 95 Theses were posted, and the Lutheran Reformation began in Germany.

All are welcome to join in this service of Holy Communion!

Event-notice on Synod website:
mnosynod.org/event/reformation-commemoration-service-of-holy-communion-winnipeg-mb/

For more information, contact Pastor Tyler Gingrich:
tgingrich@elcic.ca
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Reformation Commemoration Service of Holy Communion (Winnipeg)

October 30, 2017, 7:00pm - October 30, 2017, 9:00pm

Monday, October 30th, 7:00pm Lutheran Church of the Cross, Winnipeg We join in a special service to commemorate 500 years since The 95 Theses were posted, and the Lutheran Reformation began in German...

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