This antependium instructs the congregation to “Prepare the Way” and features the Star of Bethlehem, which led the way to the new born King. It has a front drop of 32” X 26” plus a 36” linen depth.
The Vision Series is specifically designed matched parament sets with bold designs to deliver a clear visual message for each season of the Christian Year. These sets are crafted from Cathedral fabric. Designs on each piece are created using unique combinations of embroidery and appliqúe to stand out. Click here to see all the pieces in blue set.
Check out all the sets in the Vision Series, and see how they can enhance your worship experience throughout the year.
Want some practical guidelines on how to prepare the sanctuary and its furnishings for the celebration of worship and sacraments throughout the Christian year? Investigate United Methodist Altars. It provides helpful information for everyone preparing the sanctuary for worship. See how it can help you.
Looking for new ways to make your worship experience more meaningful? Check out Worship Connection for ideas and resources for all the ways we worship.
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 Vision 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.
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Did you know…
What makes an altar frontal different from an altar antependium? 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 antependium is designed to lay in the center of the 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 antependium with self-fabric depth. The linen portion covers the altar, while the other fabric hangs down in front and provides the adornment. The antependium has a longer drop to allow for a larger, bolder symbol.