The Church’s logo reflects the core values to which Seventh-day Adventists are committed. The foundation is the Bible, the Word of God, shown open since its message must necessarily be read and put into practice. Central to that Biblical message is the Cross, and is also central in the logo. Above the Cross and the open Bible is the burning flame of the Holy Spirit, the messenger of Truth.
Officially recognized Seventh-day Adventist institutions are authorized to use graphic art resource files for the logo without pre-arranged consent.
Logo Resources and Meaning
In addition to logo resource downloads, this link contains information about the logo, its meaning, and who may use it, as well as information about the Seventh-day Adventist name.
Also available is the Global Identity Standards Manual in English, French, and Spanish languages which outlines proper use of the logo. The Seventh-day Adventist Church reserves the legal right to protect the integrity of the Church against misuse or unauthorized use of the logo.
NOTE: the faint globe sometimes seen within the logo is presented for illustrative purposes and IS NOT to be used as part of the official logo.
Guidelines For Church Web Sites and Adventist Church Trademarks