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"Liturgical Colors

"Liturgical Colors" in Episcopal worship signify our place in the Church Year:

WHITE, the color of Jesus’ burial garments, for Christmas, Easter, and other ‘feasts’ or festival days, as well as marriages and funerals.

PURPLE/VIOLET for Advent (or ROYAL BLUE) & Lent (or UNBLEACHED LINEN).

RED is used in Holy Week, the Day of Pentecost, and at ordinations.

GREEN is used during Epiphany and the ‘Ordinary Time’ after Pentecost." -- Episcopal Church

  An acolyte lights the third candle of the Advent Wreath

An acolyte lights the third candle of the Advent Wreath

  Dean Stephen Morris greets parishioners after the 10:30pm service on Christmas Eve

Dean Stephen Morris greets parishioners after the 10:30pm service on Christmas Eve

  The banner carried in the Christmas Pageant

The banner carried in the Christmas Pageant

  Patronal Feast Day

Patronal Feast Day

  Palms to be burned for Ash Wednesday

Palms to be burned for Ash Wednesday

  Easter

Easter