Unitarian Universalism Emblem

There is no centrally sanctioned symbol for Unitarian Universalism, but typically their emblem incorporates elements from the traditional flaming chalice of Unitarianism and the all-encompassing circle of Universalism.

Unitarian Universalism Emblem

Unitarian Universalism emblem
One of several Unitarian Universalism emblems

Theologically liberal, creedless and non-dogmatic, Unitarian Universalism (UU) emerged from Unitarianism and Universalism. They have a wide range of beliefs and practices, embracing people from many religious backgrounds: Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu, Quaker, etc., and most notably Neopaganism.

An easy-to-follow introduction to UU, plus further description of their symbols, can be found at First Unitarian Universalism Universalist Society of New Haven (

See also Unitarian Emblem and Universalism Emblem

For other crosses with flames, see Flaming Cross


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