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Immanuel Banners

Immanuel banner

The banner of Immanuel Church-on-the-Hill was approved by the Vestry in June 2013. 

It features elements that represent the history of Immanuel, as well as our commitment to outreach and mission:

  • The star immediately below the words "Immanuel Church on-the-Hill":  Immanuel - a sign that foretells "God is with us". 
  • The Jerusalem Crosslet:  a recognized symbol of mission with Christianity spreading in all four directions.
  • The seven pumpkins:  a symbol of our commitment to community and outreach.
  • The logo of Virginia Theological Seminary (representing Aspinwall Hall):  recognition of our founding by -- and deep connection to -- the Virginia Theological Seminary.

The banner design was developed by Wipple & Co., providers of church furnishings since 1789, based on initial concepts of parishioner Linda Serabian and Interim Rector the Rev. Canon Mary Sulerud.


 Immanuel Seal Banner

 A second banner, donated by a parishioner, carries the seal of Immanuel Church-on-the-Hill.  Click here for a description of the elements of the seal. 

This banner was designed and produced by Trevor Floyd and Company for Immanuel.