This symbol, which you will see at every Episcopal Church, is the official “logo” of the Episcopal Church (TEC), and represents our history.
The red Cross of St. George on a white field is symbolic of the Church of England. The blue field in the upper left corner is the Episcopal Church. It features a Cross of St. Andrew, in re-cognition of the fact that the first American bishop was consecrated in Scotland. This cross is made up of nine cross-lets or mini crosses, which represent the nine dioceses that met in Philadelphia in 1789 to form the Protestant Episcopal Church of the U.S.A.
Blue: Pantone 660 C (Web #407EC9)
Red: Pantone Red 193 C (Web #BF0D3E)
Gray: Pantone Cool Gray 8 (Web #888B8D)