The Huguenot Cross
The All Saints Reformed Church logo is the Huguenot Cross. The Huguenots were persecuted Reformed believers in France during the Reformation and the centuries to follow. These brothers and sisters in Christ were often referred to as "The Church in the Desert."
In adopting this logo, we eagerly embrace our Reformed heritage and the urgency of the mission to be a church in the desert of Southwest Utah.
The Huguenot Cross is rich with symbolism:
The four petals of the cross represent the four Gospels.
The eight circles at the points of each cross represent the Beatitudes.
The 12 points of the four fleur-de-lis represent the 12 disciples.
Between each of the petals of the cross is the shape of a heart.
Finally, the dove represents the Spirit-filled church living under the cross.
For Christ and His Kingdom
All Saints Reformed Church is a congregation in the Presbyterian Church in America.