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Church Of England 2

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  • 1. Church of England BY HANNAH & FERN
  • 2. INSIDE! Lectern & Altar Outside Plan !
  • 3. Chancel
    • Is the area where the altar is, the choir also stand here as well.
    HOME
  • 4. Nave
    • The Nave is an open space in a church where the congregation sit in the pews.
    • The pulpit is where the vicar read the scriptures. The pulpit often has an octagonal base to remind worshipers of the regenerating power of the Word
    Pulpit HOME
  • 5. Lectern
    • The lectern is the place where scripture is read and prayers are offered.
    • The altar also has a central place in the chancel. This is also where communion is organised.
    Altar HOME
  • 6. Vestry
    • The rectangular vestibule at the main (usually western) entrance to a church.
    • A vestry is a storage room in or attached to a church. A vestry is also an administrative committee of a church.
    Narthex HOME
  • 7. Outside Plan
    • Graveyard [ Cemetery ]
    • Cross
    • Statues
    • Sometimes a war memorial
    • On some of them there is a ‘setting’, usually of a scene in the bible [for example Jesus’ birth at Christmas time] using staues.
  • 8. CHURCHES!