An eagle lectern is a lectern in the shape of an eagle on whose outstretched
wings the Bible ... The eagle is the symbol used to depict John the Apostle,
whose writing is said to most clearly witnes...
THE FLYING eagle is the symbol of John the Evangelist (see Revelation, ch 4, v
7) ... in the services, but the lectern used is likely to be of a light, moveable sort.
The lectern, compared to the pulpit, font and communion table, sometimes seems
to ... universal nor a continuous element of worship through Church history. ...
After the Reformation, many experiments with the shape and arrangement of the
... It is unusual that Ralph Adams Cram decried the Eagle Lectern used in the lat
Oct 17, 2012 ... This platform is used for everything, from sermons to mundane ... the ones used
for reading the Gospels, were fashioned in the shape of eagles. ... The most
splendid eagle lectern of all is this one fashioned by Aert van Tricht, also in ... The
church of Saint-Étienne-du-Mont, by the way, has a colorful history.
The lectern is in the shape of an eagle, the symbol of St. John the Evangelist and
his ... 1734 – The church is used for services while still under construction.
lectern. Whether there were ever many brass lecterns in Scotland is doubtful. ...
used before the Reformation in Scots churches ? When instructions ..... in the
shape of an eagle was placed in S. Andrew's Church,. Glasgow .... founded on
Also in the tower is the 'eagle lectern' a brass lectern in the shape of an eagle.
They are very ... The introduction of the new organ has enhanced the music used
in Church. ... S. M. Moens wrote much of village life in his history of Rottingdean.
www.stpauls.co.uk/documents/Education/What is a Cathedral student booklet.pdf
This booklet aims to cover both the history and symbolism of the various ... used
to explain key features common to all Cathedrals and many churches. ..... Lectern
—Desk, often in the shape of an eagle, from which the Bible is read during a ...
St Matthew's was actually the fourth building to be used as a church in Windsor
..... The lectern is a large brass structure in the shape of an eagle on an orb.
At one time it would have been the only public building in Tadcaster, used for all
the communal activities of the parish. ... The lectern is in the shape of an eagle.