When I was a young kid, the first school I went to was a Church of England primary school. Every Friday we had a religious assembly for the whole school when the vicar of the local church to which the school was affiliated came to lead the prayers.
All the pupils and teachers went into the top classroom for the assembly. In the corner was a banner with the town’s coat of arms. The shield had three lions on one side, and a ship on the other, Maldon being a very old coastal town.
The vicar, Reverend Irons, ended the service by giving the Benediction. The words he used were something along the lines of, “...In the name of The Father, and of The Son, and The Fellowship of The Holy Spirit.”
Through most of my primary school years I used to think that the ship on the banner was “the fellow-ship of The Holy Spirit!”