The new PARCHE logo explained
The ministry of PARCHE has certainly affected many people in the twenty years that we have been in existence, mainly in Eastbourne and surrounding villages but also increasingly further afield.
When such stimulating and outstanding work is going on through the wonderful ministry of PARCHE the Trustees and staff wanted to reflect this positive and vibrant work amongst the elderly by updating our logo to reflect our colourful and full life enhancing ministry.
The Cross of Christ is central to all that we are at PARCHE, so we wanted the cross to remain as the major focal point of our new design. The bright colours and encompassing arc around the cross represent our wonderful creator God’s enfolding love and care through the Holy Spirit in the person of Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour.
We hope and pray that this new logo will highlight and draw people to the well-established ministry of PARCHE in our nation.
We at PARCHE are really happy for your PARCHE group to use the new logo and will happily send you a copy for you to use in or on any promotional materials about our work.
An article on PARCHE has appeared on the Inspire Magazine Website following PARCHE being nominated for the Magazine's Inspire Award. Buddy was recently interviewed by the Magazine so click on the link to see what she had to say:
We are delighted that we have Marilyn Baker returning to Eastbourne in March where she will be holding some Concerts within Eastbourne Care Homes, which the residents are looking forward to.
Our next public event is our Annual Church Service on Monday 15 May, which is an event for residents of Eastbourne Care Homes and Sheltered Housing and will be held at Victoria Baptist Church with at 2.30pm start.