The Temple Logo of
the Chavurat Bekorot
The Temple Logo of the Holy Order or Chavurat Bekorot first came into use around 1986 and remains virtually unchanged. Around 1992 (or perhaps earlier) the banner, which originally only consisted of the traditional St.George's Cross, had the horizontal black, white and blue tricolour of the Holy Order incorporated into the upper left canton in order to resemble the then NCCF Flag which is today the banner of the NCAY Local Missions. The Temple Logo banner, however, differs from that of the Local Mission in that its right edge is cut inwards in the form of a left chevron.
The Temple Logo is not used outside the temples of the Chavurat Bekorot and appears only on the Temple Banners of which there are two types:
Unlike the main NCAY Logo, it is rarely printed on paper except on invitations to NCAY priesthood officers to attend temple sessions.
- (a) The Temple Banner; and
- (b) Temple drapes/curtains and veils.
Modern version (2009)
This page was created on 3 July 1999
Updated on 9 March 2017
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