As Advent is a time of preparation for the Christ child, and Christmas is centered in the new hope brought by the Christ child, we offer this stunning Reversible Advent/Christmas Stole for your use at the celebration of these significant events. Set is 100% polyester polyfaille.
The Christmas side is white, is embellished with gold chainette fringe, and features the image of a Star overlooking the Manger.
The Advent side is blue, embellished with gold chainette fringe, and features the image of the Advent wreath.
Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery. All of the pieces in the Reversible Parament Sets can be made to custom fit your chancel area. For help with placing a custom order, please call our Custom Sales Department, 1-800-237-7511. One of our representatives will be more than happy to assist you with ordering.
When traveling, keep you stole safe and clean in a stole pouch.
Take a moment to look at our entire selection of Reversible Parament Sets.
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The Book of Common Worship provides orders of worship and liturgical texts for each Sunday, festival, and season of the year.
Chalice Worship assists worship leaders in preparation for various worship occasions.
Care Tips. . .
Dry clean only.
Did you know. . .
The word stole comes from the Latin stola which itself is a derivative of a Greek word which means “garment.” The stole was originally a kind of scarf that covered the shoulders and front of the body. Wearing of the stole by clergy was adopted by the Church of Rome about the seventh century and developed into a mark of dignity. The look of the stole evolved over time, gradually becoming narrower and more ornamented with symbols.