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We are an expanding network of simple churches
who meet in unique places,

committed to sharing the gospel,

loving people, learning the Bible

and growing in relationship with Jesus.

Introducing our New Logo

As we complete five years of following Jesus here in the Bay Area, we felt led to create a new logo which captures the nature of the work God has asked us to join Him in. The first five years were an incredible journey, full of unexpected turns, times of waiting, seasons of doubt, and periods of grief.  Yet God has taught us how to hear His voice, rest in His love, and obey His instructions.  This has grown our faith in Him, deepened our love for each other, and clarified the calling Jesus has made on our lives.

 

The logo reflects our calling and communicates our vision. In it you see circles of various sizes and colors, too many to easily count, gathered in a larger relationship which is both embracing and releasing. The circles represent various local church gatherings -- spiritual families following Jesus as Lord, loving God and each other, multiplying new disciples and new churches.

 

The circles show diversity both in the size of each church and the background of the family members.  Together, they form a larger whole, in the same way an original family grows to be an extended family and eventually a tribe who share a common DNA with a diverse expression.

 

The circles are shaped to form a protective bay, but as with all bays, it is not closed off.  Rather, the bay is a safe place to rest, grow, and be strengthened before moving out on the next mission.  

 

That is the vision God has given us for Sanctuary Bay -- a loving diverse family who share a common DNA from our Father, a common Lord in Jesus, and a common mission from the Spirit. 

Psalm 96

Oh sing to the Lord a new song;  sing to the Lord, all the earth!   

Sing to the Lord, bless his name;  tell of his salvation from day to day.

Declare his glory among the nations, his marvelous works among all the peoples!  

For great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised;  he is to be feared above all gods.  

For all the gods of the peoples are worthless idols,  but the Lord made the heavens.  

Splendor and majesty are before him;  strength and beauty are in his sanctuary.