The sentences below came from LOCC in a statement about the new logo.

Below are just a few of the things people tell us they see in this new representation of LOCC.

The water and trees that make our community such a beautiful place to live and worship the Creator

The Worship on the Water roots from which we sprang and our common connection in the waters of baptism

Growth is symbolized in the expanding shape of the icon from bottom to top.

Movement from blue to green speaks of growth and life

The centrality of the white cross in the icon that reflects the centrality of the cross in our worship and lives

The gathering of many differently sized, shaped and hued images creates a collage of community

The emphasis on community as evidenced in the accent color and font used in the text

 The prominence of LOCC as our primary identity to differentiate us from the multitude of churches whose name starts with Lake or Lake Oconee

Look for the new LOCC icon and logo all over Georgia’s Lake Country as we unify the many services and programs sponsored by Lake Oconee Community Church under this new identifying symbol.

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National Lutheran Choir at Redeemer Lutheran


Sunday, February 23, 4 to 6 p.m.
"So Much to Sing About" performed by the National Lutheran Choir.

The Church sings because there is so much to sing about, and singing is the deepest way to embody the sacred story we share. The Minnesota based National Lutheran Choir sings this sacred and spiritual story in a way that is guaranteed to soothe your soul. This eclectic program, led by Artistic Director, David Cherwien, will feature choral works by Felix Mendelssohn and Ralph Vaughan Williams set alongside new arrangements of familiar tunes.

Student tickets will be $15 at the door only. Adult tickets are $25 online or at the door.

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