Our online church supply store offers a huge selection of quality, affordable used communion chalices and patens. These used church chalices and chalice and paten sets come in a wide variety of sizes, styles and materials to suit your specific needs. You may buy these used religious vessels as is or you can receive our sacred vessel restoration services beforehand. Please be aware these are used church items and they often show some signs of wear. In certain cases the camera is unable to pick up every sign of wear. We do not misrepresent our used church goods, so please view the images carefully.
What you are purchasing is not the blessing, but the material object. So even chalices or stoles once used in celebrating the Eucharist can be put to later use in the manner you suggest. You are not trafficking in spiritual goods, not committing the sin of simony.
Chalices Patens Ciboria: communion chalices, patens and ciboria of different materials and styles. Sacred vessels in metal, ceramic and also olive wood communion chalices, ciborium and patens. The sacred chalices in olive instead ARE UNIQUE PIECES, handmade by artisans from Assisi & from the Holy Land. For any queries regarding a sacred chalice, a ciborium, or paten you can contact our customer service.
A flame within a chalice (a cup with a stem and foot) is a primary symbol of the Unitarian Universalist faith tradition. Many of our congregations kindle a flaming chalice in gatherings and worships and feature the chalice symbol prominently.
Hans Deutsch, an Austrian artist, first brought together the chalice and the flame as a Unitarian symbol during his work with the Unitarian Service Committee during World War II. To Deutsch, the image had connotations of sacrifice and love. Unitarian Universalists today have many different interpretations of the flaming chalice, including the light of reason, the warmth of community, and the flame of hope.
Our current official UUA logo debuted in 2014, offering a visual representation of a modern and dynamic faith. Unitarian Universalist congregations are free to use the UUA's logo in their congregational work, but they are not required to do so. Because of this, you may see many different styles of flaming chalices and other images used by Unitarian Universalist congregations.
Also available as a Cine-Book The flaming chalice is the symbol of Unitarian Universalism. Yet where did the symbol originate? Why did Unitarian Universalists adopt it as the emblem of their faith? What does the symbol mean?...
The Troupple Chalice is a mythical item used to store Ichors that are granted by either the Troupple King himself or one of the different Troupples that are found throughout the land. The Ichors that can be used to fill the chalice are:
In Pocket Dungeon, the Troupple Chalices return and they are Items. There are two chalices variants, each filled with a different type of Ichor, which are both offered by the Troupple King in random side-rooms during runs of the Pocket Dungeon. Only one can be taken at a time. 781b155fdc