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Key elements of the Ichthus Net Logo and what they mean

Upside Down (Inverted) Triangle

Originally intended as a badge of shame, the triangle has since been reclaimed as an international symbol of gay pride and the gay rights movement, and is second in popularity only to the rainbow flag.

ichthus logoThe Ichthus Net logo--three interloped ichthuses--incorporates the colors of the rainbow, representative of the diversity of belief, sexual orientation, gender identity, and culture represented in the SDA Kinship family; all united by a common thread--a Seventh-day Adventist connection.

Combining the colors of diversity, the feeling of embrace, and the iconic symbol of the ichthus, the new SDA Kinship logo was designed to represent the interlocking unity of community that SDA Kinship is.

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Featured programs

Kinship Seniors aims to provide mutual support by providing information and lively discussions.

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Kinship's collegiate/young adult group provides a safe community for those under the age of 30.

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KinWomen provides a safe place for women to support each other, and share life experiences.

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Kinship's trans community includes members who identify as transgender, gender non-conforming,  gender fluid, or intersex.

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Discovering that a relative is LGBTIQ can be difficult for families, who often feel alone.

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Seeking to improve the relationship between the LGBTIQ community and the Adventist Church.