Insignia

Earthly designs serve to remind us of our duty to strive toward greater Holiness, Love of God, service to our fellow human beings until He returns and gathers His own unto Himself. These symbols individually could represent many organizations and churches. However, together they can only represent The Members of Ecclesia Eccumenical Leadership.

Seal of the Apostles

Apostolic Council Insignia

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The Miter:

The Mitre symbolizes the role of the Bishops & Apostles of the Church, God’s chosen in apostolic succession reaching back to St Peter and St. Paul. It reminds us that the Church is connected directly to Christ and His earthly ministry. The to streamers on each side are apart of Mitre and represent the Old and New Testament.

The Processional Cross:

For Christians, St. Augustine, first archbishop of Canterbury (not St. Augustine of Hippo) is often credited as introducing the concept of a Processional Cross in the 6th century, using it like a military standard to lead the procession in some of the church rituals. The is Symbolic of the us precessing toward the Cross of Christ as he leads us.

The Crosier:

The Crosier or shepherd's staff represents the bishops and the apostles being "shepherd of the flock of God". This is a reminder of the importance of our job and duties to the people of God, to keep the from danger.

Paschal Lamb:

Also know as the “The Lamb of God” is a reminder of the sacrifice that Christ made and the one that we are called to make as leaders in the body of Christ.

The Shield:

The shield was carried into battle by soldiers as a means of defence. The Shield is to remind us that we are the defenders of the faith and that we have no Christ as our defense.


From the Episcopal Desk of

+ Bishop Martin Wilson, Th.M;DD

Twenty Second Day of the Ninth Month In The Year of Our Lord Two Thousand & Seventeen, AD



Seal of the College

College of Bishops Insignia

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The Miter:

  • The Mitre symbolizes the role of the Bishops & Apostles of the Church, God’s chosen in apostolic succession reaching back to St Peter and St. Paul. It reminds us that the Church is connected directly to Christ and His earthly ministry. The to streamers on each side are apart of Mitre and represent the Old and New Testament.

Paschal Lamb:

Also know as the “The Lamb of God” is a reminder of the sacrifice that Christ made and the one that we are called to make as leaders in the body of Christ.

The Shield:

The shield was carried into battle by soldiers as a means of defence. The Shield is to remind us that we are the defenders of the faith and that we have no Christ as our defense.

Chi (x) and Rho (p), Christ

X and P are the first two letters of Christ from greek Χριστός; this is a very old symbol of christians. This is a brand to remind us we belong to Christ.

Hand Hold the Cross

This is of Anglican tradition and presents the bishops as being the carriers of the Cross of Christ

The Golden Keys

The crossed keys represent the keys of heaven entrusted to Simon Peter. The keys are gold and silver also represent the power we have as believers of loosing and binding.

The Red Chevron

Indicates our Service in the Army of God. Says that we are willing to die for our faith.


From the Episcopal Desk of

+ Bishop Martin Wilson, Th.M;DD

Twenty Second Day of the Ninth Month In The Year of Our Lord Two Thousand & Seventeen, AD