We’re excited to introduce you to our newest set of infographics—The Sacristy series! Modeled with vintage feel, these infographics provide helpful information for everyone from the acolytes to the Altar Guild. Created by designer and Episcopal priest Chris Corbin, these infographics provide a contemporary way to engage and teach people of all ages about their faith.
Eucharistic Vestments: This infographic not only helps understand the order of vestments but also clothes the practice in prayer.
Thurifer Infographic: This infographic helps thurifers get into the swing of serving at the altar, with helpful descriptions about preparing the thurible and how to cense people (and things!).
Acolytes and Servers Infographic: This infographic offers visual cues for vesting as acolytes as well as the order for processing down the aisle for worship.
Chalice and Candles Infographic: This infographic helps the Altar Guild and acolytes as they set the altar and prepare for worship.
Christian Year Infographic: This infographic provides an easy-to-understand chart of the seasons of the church year and corresponding liturgical colors as well as the major feasts of the Episcopal Church.
Discipleship Bundle: This Sacristy Bundle includes the Eucharistic Vestments Infographic, Thurifer Infographic, Acolytes and Servers Infographic, Chalice and Candles Infographic, and Christian Year Infographic, and is intended for printed distribution within your congregation or organization. Purchasers will receive a download link to the high-resolution PDF versions of each infographic; suitable for printing and distributing in church bulletins, newsletters, or on bulletin boards. Files print nicely on standard ledger paper (11” x 17”) or could be taken to a local print shop to be made into posters.
Evangelism Bundle: Purchasers will receive a download link to the high resolution PDF, JPEG, and PNG versions of each infographic; suitable for printing in-house, taking to a local print shop, sharing on your website or social media channels, and/or incorporating into a publication. Files print nicely on standard ledger paper (11” x 17”) or could be taken to a local print shop to be made into posters.