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Unity Wings

The Unity Wings represent two unique aspects of Unity. The globe in the middle represents the human consciousness of our existence and the wings represent our spiritual aspect, which lifts us up above any situation or circumstance that hampers our peace of mind or well-being.

The Five-Pointed Star

The Love Window in the Temple's main sanctuary features the five-pointed star, which symbolizes the five main ministries of Unity Temple: Prayer, Healing, Education, Worship and Community.

The lower right point, thought of as the right foot, represents Prayer. “Is it not written, my house shall be called of all nation the house of prayer?” Mark 11:17. We are always putting forth our right foot when we turn first to God in prayer.

The second point is Healing. Out of prayer there always comes a healing, an inward healing, if not yet manifest. “He sent thee to heal the sick.” Luke 9:2.

The third point is Education. When we stand on our two feet of prayer and healing then we are ready to share our experience in education. “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations.” Matthew 28:19.

The fourth point is Worship, the putting forth the law of God. “All things must be done lawfully under God's law. And he sent them to preach the kingdom of God.” Luke 9:2.

The fifth point is Community or loving one another as God loves us. Love is indeed the fulfilling of the law. We fulfill our knowledge of God in action, applying our knowledge of Truth to everyday life. “A new commandment I give unto you, that ye love one another.” John 12:34.

Beneath the five-pointed star is the word “Love,” which is the foundation for each of these ministries.
The flame at the center of the five-pointed star represents illuminated consciousness. “There was the true light, even the light which lighteth every man coming into the world.”  John 1:9. This is the Christ, the I AM, at the center of every man's being. Thus, in a sense, this star is symbolic of humankind.

The points around the star represent the twelve disciples and the 70 sent out by Jesus. “The Lord appointed another seventy also, and sent them out two by two... into every city and place.” Luke 10:1.

The myriad points radiating out of the star symbolize those continuing to educate, pray and heal. They are radiating the Christ consciousness into the world. “Feed my sheep.” John 21:17.

The clusters around the border represent the twelve disciples.