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Pentecostal City Mission Church is a community of believers that will effectively communicate the gospel of Jesus Christ to all people holistically, irrespective of race, color, gender, and economic status. Upon conversion, they will grow in the faith and knowledge of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, with progressive productive social, educational and evangelistic outreach ministries tailored to embrace diversity and to enhance the building of the kingdom of God within all societies.
- To establish a mission in every city.

- To uncompromisingly preach the infallible word of God thereby bringing lost ones to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.

- To establish the kingdom of God on earth according to Matthew 28:18-20.

- To educate, nurture, and strengthen all members through edification in the Word.

- To doctrinally and academically equip Christian men and women for their respective ministries.

- To equip leaders with the biblical knowledge and understanding of all spiritual gifts and their application and impartation individually and corporately.

- To preach the fourfold gospel - Salvation, Holiness, Healing and the Second Coming of Christ- in its entirety.

- To plan and implement programs that will celebrate diversities and embrace social interactions among peer groups.
Pentecostal City Mission church is dedicated to competently communicate the gospel of Jesus Christ to all people within global and local community outreach ministries through both evangelism, Christian and academic education curriculum in all media forms as well as to equip and empower all its members with the necessary tools for spiritual growth and maturity and to ultimately enhance and encourage their zeal for reproductive ministries in new locations.
The shield is defensive armor for protection mentioned in Ephesians 6:16: "Above all taking the shield of faith, where with ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked". The Greek word is "Thureos", a shield to protect the body from blows and cuts. As his main defense, the Roman soldier carried a huge door-like shield usually made of wood covered with leather and capable of giving protection against weapons of practically every kind. For the Christian warrior, faith forms a shield. Thus firm and unwavering confidence in God, a continual reliance upon Him, affords the believer a safe protection against those swift arrows of temptations, which might inflame the heart.

An anchor is a heavy instrument by which a ship is held fast to the sea bottom. The anchor represents the security and stability of the believer who has the hope of eternal life. In Hebrews 6:18-19, Paul alluded to the hope of the believer as the soul's secured anchor "Which hope we have as an anchor for the soul, both sure and steadfast, and which entereth into that within the veil". The church is therefore seen as a ship nearing port but is experiencing rough seas, thick fog and at times a low tide. However, because the Pilot is on board, the ship will be guided safely and anchored securely to the port. An anchor is only as secure as that to which it is fastened. At the end of life's tempestuous voyage, the believer, like the ship, looks forward to the time of anchoring safely into the harbor.

The Dove, a symbol of the Holy Spirit and of peace is incorporated with the anchor within the shield. Such an expressive emblem depicts the importance of the Holy Spirit in His nature and office. Luke 3:21-22 declares "Jesus also being baptized, and praying, the heaven was opened, And the Holy Ghost descended in a bodily shape like a dove upon him…". The descent of the Holy Spirit upon Christ in the fourfold a dove qualified Him for ministry. Symbolically, the perched dove on the anchor qualifies us to Minister in the five -fold ministry of the church under the anointing of the Holy Spirit. The outstretched wings of the dove depicts the constant protection, hovering, fluttering and moving upon the activities of the living organism, the City Mission Church, and strengthening us for service.

The rope on the insignia of the City Mission Church logo depicts this unity. Representing a diverse group of people from various ethnicities and cultures brought together by one commonality, the Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, and securely anchored in his finished work on the Cross. The Rope is also a stabilizing force and is noticeably wrapped around the anchor from the apex to the base.

The City Mission Church is a living, moving organism birthed through the Water and Blood and is maintained through these two elements. Both are symbolic of the Holy Ghost. Revelation 22:2 states that: "On either side of the river, was there the tree of life, which bare twelve fruits and yielded her fruits every month; and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations."

Through divine intervention the ''water'' was revealed to the City Mission Church. This water is a distinct element emblem of the Holy Spirit and is for the healing of the body. This is our inheritance. I John 5:6-9 points out why the water is one of the three elements that bears witness to the divine truth on earth; the other two witnesses are the Spirit and the blood. All three bear witness in heaven: The Father, The Son, and the Holy Spirit.

The blood is symbolic of life. "The life is in the blood". Life is a precious and mysterious gift of God that has been handed down to mankind. Symbolically, the City Mission Church was birthed through the blood and redeemed by the blood. The word "Blood" on the church's insignia points to the fact that the door of salvation is constantly ajar and redemptive power of the blood is available to "the whosoever will". In as much as the references to the blood are overwhelming in the bible, Revelation 5:9 is noteworthy: "They sung a new song saying Thou art worthy to take the book and to open the seals thereof: for thou wast slain, and hast redeemed us to God by the Blood".

In the Garden of Eden sin broke the fellowship between God and man. Sin separated man from God and eternity. A remedy had to be found. The blood of turtle doves and pigeons could not suffice. The blood of the Spotless Lamb, God's only begotten Son was the only atoning sacrifice that could bridge the barrier between God and man. "Nothing could for sin atone, nothing but the blood of Jesus".