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Eliza Linley - Liturgical Art - Banners

Eliza Linley - Liturgical Art - Banners

Easter ~ St. Mark Lutheran Church, Lacey, Washington is unique in that the wall behind the altar serves as a huge canvas for artistic creations. St. Mark’s retired Pastor, David Nelson (1996 – 2006) uses the wall behind the altar as a canvas. Every Advent season, and every Lenten season, a picture unfolds. Each week something is added until the culmination of Christmas and Easter. Over the years, the wall has been transformed again and again into a beautiful work of art.

Easter ~ St. Mark Lutheran Church, Lacey, Washington is unique in that the wall behind the altar serves as a huge canvas for artistic creations. St. Mark’s retired Pastor, David Nelson (1996 – 2006) uses the wall behind the altar as a canvas. Every Advent season, and every Lenten season, a picture unfolds. Each week something is added until the culmination of Christmas and Easter. Over the years, the wall has been transformed again and again into a beautiful work of art.

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Rev Brenda Grauer started InStitches Liturgical Art to wear & hang in church in 1992. This is a huge & gorgeous full-spectrum parament. They are great to work with ! : http://institches.com/consultations/worship-spaces/

Rev Brenda Grauer started InStitches Liturgical Art to wear & hang in church in 1992. This is a huge & gorgeous full-spectrum parament. They are great to work with ! : http://institches.com/consultations/worship-spaces/

Eliza Linley - Liturgical Art - Banners

Eliza Linley - Liturgical Art - Banners

Defined as a ‘band of ornament or decoration’, orpherys are used in a wide variety of sizes, materials and locations to embellish the vestments and other Liturgical Art ‘opportunities’ in the Church.

Defined as a ‘band of ornament or decoration’, orpherys are used in a wide variety of sizes, materials and locations to embellish the vestments and other Liturgical Art ‘opportunities’ in the Church.

A church alter which has been decorated to celebrate Easter using the traditional Easter colour of purple and beautiful flowers to symbolise the celebration of the resurrection of Christ. Description from I searched for this on

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