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Hello, here is our new logo! We've had eleven years of the 'shades of purple' and it has served us very well, but we thought it was about time we smartened ourselves up a bit.

Our new logo includes four colours — representing our four churches and our shared commitment to one another.

You'll also see that at the centre of the new logo is the cross; a symbol that we want to put God's love for the world at the heart of what we do.

We also think that less is more.

The new logo is less busy, and while we will continue to be churches working together to live out the gospel of Christ in church and society, we've gone for something more simple: Churches working for justice and peace.

We hope you like it as much as we do!

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