The idea of redemption is at the heart of the gospel. As a church this is what you’re all about — you are a redeemed people, seeking the redemption of lost sinner, and ultimately the day of eternal redemption.
This abstract, low-fidelity “R” represents the name of the church, while also representing two figures. The two shapes coexist to convey the act of redemption, with the top, larger triangle representing the triune God overshadowing and covering the smaller triangle, a shape smaller and “made in the image” of the larger one. This smaller triangle, of course, would represent God’s people.
Primarily red, as a visual symbol of the redemptive act and power of Christ’s blood. Secondary colours representing elements of creation like blues, yellows, and neutral tones.