|◄ ► Incarnation to Resurrection: Colours of the Church Year • Margaret Blank|
Growing up in the Anglican (Episcopalian) Church, I’ve long worshiped through the liturgical seasons and was inspired to create a piece in the colours used to express them. A cruciform star symbolizes the highest Christian holidays: Christmas, Epiphany, Easter, and Ascension. As one season flows into another, so do the colours of this quilt, from blue in Advent, through purple (Lent), to red (Pentecost), and green (Ordinary Time). The diversity of fabrics reflects the varieties of worship expressions found in the Anglican tradition, while the black binding represents Christianity’s most solemn day -Good Friday.
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