Our logo immediately brings to mind the idea of Angels for obvious reasons, but there is more to story than a beautifully rendered set of wings.
All of God's people are all called to be "Holy Angels". The word "angel," in the Biblical sense, means "messenger". Angels are messengers from God sent to proclaim the Word of God, that is, Jesus as the Word. For that reason, in the very center of our logo is Christ, represented by the cross of His sacrifice. By naming our parish Holy Angels we constantly remind ourselves of our own call and responsibility to share Christ with the world in accordance with the Great Commission (Mt 28:16-20). But that challenge is enabled by the working of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, the Holy Trinity, represented by the three thin circles that frame the logo. Finally the the circle, itself, also represents the communion that binds us all together in the one family of Christ, the Church.
“For he commands his angels with regard to you, to guard you wherever you go.”