WHY WE'RE HERE
Our mission at Aletheia is to develop a biblical, Christ-centered community that serves our city and local college campuses by loving God, loving our community, making and training disciples,baptizing believers, and sending Christians into our world to repeat the process (Matthew 22:36-40 and Matthew 28:18-20).
The Aletheia 3-Blocks logo has numerous meanings. It is first and foremost intended to communicate a feeling of solidarity. The structural essence of the blocks reflects the strength of Jesus Christ as the cornerstone of the Christian’s life, and reinforces its most critical understanding: that He alone is our strength. In that there are three parts, it also reflects several key aspects of Christian doctrine: the Trinitarian unity of God, the three nails of Christ’s crucifixion, and the three days comprising His death and resurrection. It carries further symbolism in that the three shapes act as the inside of the letters ‘A’ and ‘C’, the initials of Aletheia Church. Furthermore, every letter of the word “Aletheia” can be seen abstractly somewhere in the logo. It also beckons the eye to move upward, signifying the transcendent nature of our hope in Christ. Its angular and acsending qualities can also reflect the modern architecture of cities in which Aletheia intends to do ministry. All of these elements combine to reflect what Aletheia’s ministry exists to do: demonstrate the power of God to change lives in a way that is both culturally relevant and biblically orthodox.