Christ the King Anglican Church (the church my wife and I attend) is a new church plant in Fayetteville, Arkansas. When originally planted, for time’s sake, the church was temporarily named “Fayetteville Anglican Fellowship”. After things had taken root and the vestry had time to decide on an official name, they approached several designers in the congregation to develop a symbolic, clean identity that the church could use on signage, bulletins, etcetera. The church eventually chose a more traditional approach than the modern, sans serif version I presented to them here, as seen on the website link below. However, this proved to be a very beneficial and rewarding exercise in researching the symbolism of the Anglican Church, and iconographic history.