In this banner we see the cross and chalice in the center. Wine flows down to the base of a chalice. The streak of light in the center represents the gift of Jesus who is “The Light of the World.” Broken bread is on either side of the banner. So often the cross has a body on it, but Ms. Anderson wanted to soften the banner, as this is about taking Communion. The curve at the bottom represents Christ as an anchor in our lives and is a stabilizer in life. The Rose Window served as an inspiration for this banner, offering the artist hope and the gift of love; hope being represented by the anchor.