church ⛪

Express your faith, share the Church emoji to your friends and family! This emoji is a colored illustration of a church building. It is often used to describe the Christian way of life, one that is filled with good deeds and plenty of faith. Come Christmas, this symbol is seen much more often since Christmas Day is a day on which many Christians attend church services to thank God for his gift of Jesus.

Design-wise, the church depicted here is similar to how a Christian church would look like in real life. It has a triangular roof, and a cross atop its steeple. Some platforms features stained glass windows. The Church emoji may also be used to refer to other holy places, of different faiths.

Since this symbol is mostly used in the context of religion and religious holidays, it’s not uncommon to see the Church emoji paired with other Christian emoji, like the Latin Cross emoji. For instance, if you visited a new church, prayed inside it, and marveled at the structure’s overall design, you can put both emojis in there.

Depending on the context, and on the user, you may also combine the Church emoji with other spiritual emoji, or religion emojis. For instance, if you’re talking to someone of a different faith, and what they said made you want to be taken to church, you can use the emoji along with a Menorah emoji if they are Jewish, or Wheel Of Dharma emoji, if they are Buddhist.

⛪ Church is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 5.2 which was introduced in 2009, and was added to Emoji 0.6.

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This Church Is Also Known As:

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Church Emoji Frequency

This emoji is currently the 577 ranked emoji on social media platforms.

Church Emoji History

Church Emoji is created in the year 2009.

Church Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    26EA
  • Version
    Version 5.2
  • Year
    2009

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