Liturgical Art for Pentecost
This is a close-up of a frontal section, using red contemporary cotton prints that connote the intensity of 'fire' and the presence of the Holy Spirit.
The second altar frontal in this Red set has a slightly different flame design, and same design-pattern; placed on each side of the altar, they are an intense presence and reminder of the 'tongues of fire' of the first Pentecost.
This Red chasuble and stole are Pastoral vestments worn by the Celebrant for Holy Communion; they are made from fabrics matching the altar frontals, and Red polyester peach-skin. (The stole is usually worn underneath the chasuble during communion.) Red is a Liturgial-festival color, for Pastoral ordinations installations, confirmations, and Church anniversaries.
This is a detail on the stole, right side.
The left side of the stole features applique flame-details.
Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful people, and kindle in them the fire of your love.
Serving through Art for Worship,