ECO Congregation Banners
Four banners were made as a celebration when we became a registered Eco Congregation. Each of the banners was made with recycled materials, including the plastic lettering left over after making ‘bouncy castles’. At the service of dedication, each of the banner groups explained the meaning behind their banner.
The Eco Congregetion logo (shown on the right) was made by the Tribe - children in P4 - P7.
Let us be concerned for one another; Hebrews 10 v 24
The text on the Ark banner (children in P1 - P3) reads “Let us be concerned for one another”. “Concerned” is the important word on this banner, which shows a web of people who are rainbow coloured. Even though we live in Queensferry, we can still be concerned for people all over the world.
Do not harm the earth, the sea or the trees; Revelation 7 v 3
The text on the choir banner (teenagers) reads “Do not harm the earth, the sea or the trees”. “Do not harm” is the important phase on this banner, which is a huge challenge for all of us. Will you join us as we seek to protect our living world from harm?
Keep safe what has been entrusted to your care; Timothy 6 v 20
The text on the Eco congregation group banner (adults) reads, “Keep safe what has been entrusted to your care”. We recognise that “entrusted” is the important word on this banner. What has been entrusted to our care? - the world and all creation. How can we fulfill this challenge? By being aware of our impact on the world and by cutting our own carbon footprint.