The meaning of the three colours of the Together4Bristol logo

November 30, 2016

The three colours of the “4” in the Together4Bristol (T4B) logo are blue, red and green. They were suggested by Major Ian Mountford (Salvation Army and Chair, Churches Together in Greater Bristol, 2013 to 2016).


They come from the three colours used in “Natural Church Development”, which is widely used across the denominations and networks of the Church in the UK.


These three colours have many interpretations, but the ones most relevant to T4B are:

Blue represents the Holy Spirit, Red is Jesus and Green is the Creator, Father God. This emphasises the Trinitarian Basis of Faith of Churches Together and T4B.


Similarly, Blue represents Prayer and reflection, Red the Church, the body of Christ. Green represents the Creation, the Whole of Life, including the eight spheres of life of T4B. Prayer, Churches and Whole of Life are the three main aspects of T4B.



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