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Chalice Art and Other UU Graphics

A flame within a chalice (a cup with a stem and foot) is the symbol of the Unitarian Universalist faith. Learn more about the history and symbolism of the flaming chalice.

The graphics on these pages are intended for use and distribution by Unitarian Universalists (UUs) and UU organizations. Please credit the images as noted.

  • UU Media Collaborative Works
    The UU Media Collaborative is a Facebook group of Unitarian Universalists who have come together to share our faith and improve UU media through creative collaboration.
  • UU World's Photostream on Flickr
  • UU Stock Photos on Flickr
    A group is for UUs and friends wishing to share photos for members congregations of the UUA to freely use with your permission on their websites.

Be sure to review Permissions Needed for Photography or Videography at Congregational Events when thinking about creating your own photos/videos.

UU Media Works (Facebook community) is a group of Unitarian Universalists who have come together to share our faith and improve UU media through creative collaboration.

UUA General Assembly 2009.

This chalice, sculpted by Mordecai Roth, is often used at the UUA General Assembly. Read Chalice maker, 92, lights his own chalice at GA on UU World.

Unitarian Universalist Association Chalice Logo

This version of the UUA logo was introduced in February 2014.

chalice

This chalice illustrates the classic double-circle symbol of Unitarian Universalism.