The Symbolism of the Griffin

One of the most popular mythological creatures found in ancient heraldry is the griffin (aka gryphon or griffen).  This magnificent creature with the body of a lion and head and wings of an eagle often stood guarding an ancient treasure and represented the most fearsome and powerful of creatures both of earth and sky.  Its place in our Logo is meant to suggest that this ministry intends to guard and advocate that great treasure of historic Reformation Anglicanism, for it is a priceless treasure well worth guarding!