KRST Universal Temple
 
 
 
 
 

About us




Founded
KRST Universal Temple was founded May 2000. A group of Afrikan Americans responded to the call of the All Mighty and Great Eternal Creator to move out on faith and to exercise control over our own spiritual, economic, social and cultural destiny. 

The temple pastors are Baba Derrick Jackson and assistant pastor Sister Phila Robinson. 

The temple logo was designed by Shevohn Floyd as a young child at the temple and Baba Sietu Amenwahsu.


Temple logo symbology:
  • Ma'atian feathers - truth, justice, righteousness, harmony, balance, order, propriety and reciprocity
  • Ankh - represents the balance of the masculine and feminine principles in the creation of life
  • Eye of Heru - ancient Kemetic symbol representing the God of Light
  • Triangle - represents the pyramids of ancient Egypt
  • Colors - black, the presence of all colors and the colors of the rainbow
  • Circle - 360 degrees; the circle of life

Sacred text

The Husia


Mission statement

KRST Universal Temple is an Afrikan centered faith based organization created to help individuals, families and communities to achieve their full spiritual, economic, social and educational potential.  We are a part of a living process that believes in “Dynamic Cultural and Spiritual Empowerment.”  Temple members are committed to the preservation of Spiritual enlightenment, education and dissemination of information concerning our Afrikan ancestry. This is promoted through the teachings of the oneness of God as we follow the Ma’atian Way (The Way of Truth).

Our way
KRST Universal Temple is not just a sanctuary, but a family where people of Afrikan ancestry can come and manifest their higher selves through self-realization or being able to reach the power and passion of one’s God-given potential.  Here at this Temple we create the spaces where your God-given potential is nurtured, nourished, provided for and protected.


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