The Logo of Basileia represents the City of God in a manner that subtly invokes the image of the Jerusalem cross through the use of four gateways that lead from and to the north, south, east and west. The Church is a gateway city that functions as a vertical gate that connect heaven and earth. She also has horizontal gates that lead to journeys in every conceivable direction, north and south, east and west, for expanding the Kingdom and for bringing into the Kingdom all things from the furthest reaches of existence. Basileians are watchmen or gatekeepers of these gates, fulfilling the calling in Christ that Adam originally failed to keep, namely, to steward Eden as a thin place where God walks with man, where no evil is allowed to operate. We initially enact what our Logo represents in the Liturgy, particularly in the first two movements of the Liturgy where we process to the City of God and there, assemble with all other worshipers as living stones.
Also see Ecclesial City, and Thin Place.