The TMC logo was refreshed in 2011 to reflect the renewed priorities and objectives of the church. The logo is made up of the symbol of a cross, with nine blocks at the foundation.

The colors used, traditional royal blue and old gold, are reflective of the grand and royal nature of the God‐head. The colors also serve as a constant reminder of TMC’s rich heritage even as the church continually reinvents itself to remain relevant to the changing times.

The cross is made up of four dissimilar shapes, indicative of the diverse make‐up of the congregation, and our charge to remain united as one body in Christ (1 Cor 12:12).

The nine foundational blocks represent the fruit of the spirit ‐ love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self‐control (Gal 5:22‐23) – that we strive to weave into our daily living as we journey towards Christ‐likeness. These foundational blocks are seen as enablers in our Christian living. The asymmetric gradients that the nine blocks make on either side of the cross is to reflect that while our common purpose is in Christ, it must be recognized that each individual of the congregation journeys at varying paces of spiritual growth.