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Official corporate logo of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod
- The logo cross of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod is comprised of three crosses in one. This symbolizes the LCMS declaration that "we worship one God in Trinity and Trinity in Unity."
- The top and left arms of the crosses reach upward toward God in prayer, open to receive God’s grace. The bottom and right arms of the crosses reach downward, open to embrace the world with God’s love.
- The twelve individual sections of the LCMS logo cross remind us of the twelve tribes of Israel from the Old Testament, as well as the twelve apostles from the New Testament. The four arms of the cross appear to be in motion as we proclaim to the world what God’s love through Jesus Christ means to us, spreading the Gospel to the four corners of the world.
- The LCMS logo cross was introduced in 1984.
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