Posted: April 2017
The Joint Public Issues Team (JPIT) of the Methodist Church, Baptist Church, Church of Scotland and the United Reformed Church has a new logo. "It includes four colours — representing the four churches and the shared commitment to one another. 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."
This Easter and through the whole year, the cross is at the centre of all we do at Aylesbury Methodists — a symbol of God's love for everyone.
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