Diocese of Eastern Michigan

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DIOCESE OF EASTERN MICHIGAN

Country : United States
Denomination : Anglican
Established : 1994 from the Diocese of Michigan
See city : Saginaw

Arms (crest) of Diocese of Eastern Michigan

Official blazon

Vert, a pale barry wavy of six argent and azure between two pinecones pendant proper, on a chief Or, three crosses fleury azure.

Origin/meaning

The Waves alludes tot the Great Lakes. The Chief shows the royal French colours alluding to the early French Settlers. They may alsö represent the three nations which has governed the Area France, england and United States. Designed by Pierre de Chaignon LaRose.

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