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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_headcovering

Christian head covering is the veiling of the head by women in a variety of Christian traditions. .... While many Anabaptists, Amish, and Mennonites advocate the wearing of head coverings at all times, as a woman might pray or prophesy at any ...

themennonite.org/feature/veiled-free

People in various cultures/religions still wear head coverings and should be respected in ... Church authorities interpreted women's wearing of a veiling as a ...

gameo.org/index.php?title=Headcovering

Jan 15, 2017 ... ... Conservative Mennonite Conference, Hutterian Brethren and Old Colony Mennonite women continue to wear a headcovering (prayer veil).

churchofgodinchristmennonite.net/en/content/devotional-head-covering

“Why do you wear a covering on your head?” is a question we sisters are sometimes asked. I have replied, “It is a prayer covering. The Bible teaches that women ...

www.thethinkingatheist.com/forum/Thread-Amish-and-Mennonite-Head-Coverings

I live in Pennsylvania, and see a lot of Mennonites and Amish. They both wear variations on head coverings for women. The Mennonite women ...

www.quakerjane.com/spirit.friends/plain_dress-caps.html

Traditional Plain Dress Women's Caps. Examples and Links to ... Beachy Amish cap - side view, Eastern Mennonite Cap ... Friends Patterns offers the Traditional Head Covering pattern, which is the classic full-coverage stiff, pleated cap.

www.headcoveringmovement.com/articles/a-guide-to-head-covering-styles

Jun 26, 2015 ... A hijab is a veil that covers the head and chest, most notably worn among ... Traditionally worn by the Amish, Quaker, or Mennonite women.

www.modestclothes.com/simple/head-coverings-veils.html

Head Coverings, Women's Head Covering Veils, Religious Head Coverings, ... Mennonite Maidens This store has been listed on my site for at least eight years!

www.shirleyshowalter.com/mennonite-bonnet-and-covering-stories-part-one

Feb 19, 2014 ... Thousands of Mennonite women living today at one time wore a covering on their heads and no longer do so. Thousands of Mennonite women ...