Paraments – White – For Christmas, Easter and Minor Church Holidays

Christmas/Easter/Minor Church Holidays

When Displayed Christmas, Easter and Minor Church Holidays  (such as Trinity Sunday and Christ the King)

Color White with gold lettering.

Symbolism The CHI-RHO symbol (also known as chrismon) is one of the earliest forms of Christo gram formed by superimposing the first two capital letters (X and P) of the Greek XPIETOE “Christ” in such a way that the vertical stroke of the rho intersects the center of the chi (pronounced kee-roe), first Christian cross, adopted by the Roman Emperor Constantine, representing the first two letters in the name of Christ. “By this sign you shall conquer.” It is a monogram of Christ, an anagram.

Fabric Dupioni silk

You will notice in the photos below there is a coordinated set of three paraments. One for the pulpit, one for the communion table and one for the lector’s stand.


Bower Hill Community Church

70 Moffet Street

Mt. Lebanon, PA 15243

Phone: 412-561-4114

Email: Office@bhccml.com