Epiphany means "manifestation." Our foundational scripture is Ephesians 5:14 - "Awaken, sleeper. Arise from the dead, and the Christ will enlighten you." Or "shine on you." The imagery we use is of a sun rising in the east. So "dawning" imagery is important to incorporate, "rising" imagery, the sun rising on the horizon. Somehow, perhaps, also to use a cross image subtly. Such as if the logo is in a circle, having the spokes of a cross protruding out north, south, east, west. We have also included the draft of our upcoming ebook. I REALLY like the shape of churches in the Ethiopian Orthodox Tradition - tripartite concentric circles. I'll attach a picture. I can envision a logo that uses that basic pattern in some way. What is VERY important to me is that somehow the logo is both a symbol and a teaching. By that, I mean that the logo needs to communicate our core messages. FIRST, based on Ephesians 5:14, there is a process of awakening, arising, and being enlightened. I typically draw that out for people. A horizontal axis, straight line. Then a vertical axis/line. At first it's like we are "asleep" on the horizontal. (So I draw a stick figure laying down.) Then something awakens us and we stand up, aligned with the vertical. (Then I draw a stick figure standing up.) As that happens, we become "enlightened," so I draw a rising sun coming up from the horizontal axis shining down but also radiating outwards (like it's coming out of the standing stick figure). SECOND, out other primary image of the temple. The temple had three chambers, and we use this to talk about our body as a temple, so contemplative prayer is about going into the temple of our own being so that we can be a "priest" in the world. The Ethiopian Orthodox tradition took the 3 chambers and made it into 2 concentric circles with a cube in the most central area. I like circular imagery, so I love how this image might could bring our two Core Images together: Sun (awakening, rising, enlightening) and Temple.