This Altar Antependia is green, symbolizing growth and God's continuing presence. It features a single leaf and accent fabrics of elm, hunter, and olive green. 72” long x 30” plus 14” front drop.
This is part of a custom designed matched set made from Cathedral material, a linen-textured fabric. Bold multicolor symbols are combined with complementing accent fabrics to create a sweeping affect on each piece. All the Green Ascension Series pieces can be found by clicking here. We created a matching stole to enhance the visual message each Sunday.
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Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery, when not in stock . To check stock availability, please contact us at 1-800-672-1789. All of the Ascension Series pieces can be made to custom fit your chancel area. For help with placing a custom order, please call and ask for the Custom Sales Department.
Dry clean only.
Did you know…
What make an altar frontal different from an altar antependia? The frontal is made of one piece of material, example Cathedral fabric, and is designed to cover the total width of the altar with a shorter front drop. The antependia is designed to lay in the center of altar. It is usually made of linen connected to another material like Cathedral fabric, but can be made of one single piece of material. This is known as an antependia with self-fabric depth. The linen portion covers the altar, while the other fabric hangs down in front and has the adornment. The antependia has a longer drop to allow for a larger, bolder symbol.
The Greek word for “fish” is ichthus,
and each letter represented a word, namely: i (Iesous
– Jesus), ch (Christos
– Christ), th (theou
– of God), u (huios
– son), s (soter
– savior). The fish thus became sort of a code word, during times of persecution, by which believers expressed the conviction: “I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and my Savior.”