Patches are 4: in diameter and iron-on
Looking for a way to let your light shine on your stole, denim jacket, or backpack? A More Light Patch is just the way to do so! More Light’s logo reflects our mission and incorporates the communion elements of bread and wine, as well as rainbow colors evocative of stained glass church windows. The rainbow colors are also intended to represent the colors of the LGBTQ pride flag. These elements express the hospitality of Christ, and of the welcoming church movement, and the theology and practice of the open table. We are called together as many grains that form one bread. We share one cup.
The rainbow flag, commonly known as the gay pride flag or LGBT pride flag, is a symbol of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) pride and LGBTW social movements. Other older uses of rainbow flags include a symbol of peace and the colors reflect the diversity of the LGBTW community, as the flag is often used as a symbol of gay pride during LGBT rights marches. While this use of the rainbow flag originated in Northern California’s San Francisco Bay Area, the flag is now used worldwide.
Originally devised by San Francisco artist Gilbert Baker, the design has undergone several revisions since its debut in 1978, first to remove colors then restore them based on availability of fabrics. The most common variant consists of six stripes: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet. The flag is typically flown horizontally, with the red stripe on top, as it would be in a natural rainbow.