Our “One-in-Christ” logo is based on the texts in John 17:21 and Ephesians 4:4-6. It represents the corporate unity of the Spirit of the Universal Church. The local church of Bethesda Chapel is but a part of the Body of Christ, the Church.

The circle around the four-leaf clover logo represents Christ as the fulfilment of all things in heaven and on earth, and also the Head of the Church, the People of God (John 17:21-23; Eph 1:10- 21).

As God’s people, we express our faith and obedience through four broad areas:

  • WORD of GOD

As Christians, we abide with Christ as the centre of our individual and assembly lives. We stand in His completed works and righteousness (Hab 2:4; John 15:5; Rom 1:17; Eph 2:8-9; Col 2:10; 1 Jn 2:1-2).

The four-leaf clover represents our holistic relationship and obedience to God. In Bethesda Chapel our faith and obedience to God are expressed through:


The systematic intake of the enduring God’s Word as our complete guide for life (Joshua 1:8; Psalm 1, 119; Mark 13:31; 2 Tim 3:15-17)


Worship (including prayers) – Worship of ONE God and service to Him takes place in both the gathered life of the assembly as well as in the dispersed lives in the other six days.


Work (paid or unpaid) – Christians work as God-image bearers (Gen 1:26-27; John 5:17). Kingdom works are works of faith and labour to love for Christ, with the steadfastness of hope of Christ’s imminent return (Matt 6:33; 1 Cor 13:13; 15:58; Col 3:23-24; 1 Thess 1:2-3. They are accompanied by kingdom virtues and they display the fruit of the Holy Spirit (Matt 5:3-12; Rom 14:17; Gal 5:22-23; 2 Pet 1:5-7). Kingdom works will be tested by fire at the judgement seat of Christ (2 Cor 5:10; Rom 14:10). Their righteous deeds follow them (Rev 13:14).

Witness – The gospel of grace and peace (Matthew 5:13-16; Mark 1:1; Acts 20:24; Rom 1:16; 10:15; 1 Cor 1:23; Eph 6:15; 2Thess 1:8) is to be taken out by Christians to all peoples in the workplaces and communities throughout the world.  As salt of the earth and light of the world, Christians witness of Christ’s redemptive work and witness with their words of truth and works of faith to point fellow human beings to the love of God.

This is in obedience to:

  • The Creation Mandate (Gen  1:26-28);
  • The Great Commandments (Matt 22:37-39);
  • The Great Commission (Matt 28:18-20).


Along with the rest of the born-again believers of the world, Christians aim to bring the Gospel to every person in every nation and in every language. In line with the last commands of the risen Christ Jesus, this vision of sowing the Gospel Seed in the heart of every person will continue until Christ comes to take His Bride home.

The four-leaf clover represents Evangelicalism’s elements:

  • Biblicism: Belief in the Bible as God’s inerrant and complete Word (2 Tim 3:16; John 17:17; Rev 22:18-19);
  • Crucicentrism: Christ’s redeeming work on the Cross as the only means of salvation and forgiveness of sins (1 Cor 15:3-4);
  • Conversionism: The Holy Spirit’s regenerating work of conviction of sin and conversion which is personal and volitional (Jn 3:16; 16:8-11; Eph 2:8-9);
  • Activism through meaningful vocations, good works, personal witness, local outreach and overseas missionary work (Matt 5:16; 28:18-20; Acts 1:8; 1 Pet 3:15).

From the Protestant Reformers, as an evangelical church, we also inherit five basic theological beliefs:

1. sola scriptura (by Scripture alone),
2. sola fide (by faith alone),
3. sola gratia (by grace alone),
4. solusChristus (Christ alone) and
5. soliDeogloria (glory to God alone).