A definition by Ruth Harper
Our logo represents the vision and the mission of Robeson County Church and Community Center. The Center seeks to build community among Blacks, Indians and Whites. In the logo, the DOVE represents the Holy Spirit. It is through the power of the Holy Spirit that the three racial groups, represented in the HANDS, are able to take up the CROSS and reach out towards each other. The hands reach but do not touch recognizing that we have not yet achieved full community. Enclosing the hands is a TRIANGLE, the historic Christian symbol for the Trinity (God, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit). The THREE ENTWINED CIRCLES also represent the Trinity and emphasize that God’s power lies behind our struggles towards community. They indicate as well that the three distinct races in our county, while maintaining their own unique identities, seek involvement with each other. Finally the LARGE CIRCLE symbolizes the eternal, enduring power of God, the power without beginning or end. This power encircles all our efforts and ensures God’s final victory.
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