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Licensed Lay Ministers' Association

of Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island

Resources

Resources / Questions

Webpage Update: June 18, 2019

Questions

If you have any questions, or answers to questions posted here, please email the webmaster

01. Where can I purchase an alb?

- Gaspard

- Chagall Design

- Harcourts

02. Where can I find a sewing pattern so I can make my own alb?

- Clerical Patterns

03. How do I get a Lay Reader medallion and ribbon?

- Ask your rector or priest-in-charge to contact Dennis Eisan who keeps a supply on hand. Remember, a Lay Reader-in-training wears a blue ribbon, a licensed Lay Reader wears a purple ribbon.

04. What should I bring with me to the Fall Conference?

- You should bring your alb or surplice and cassock.

- a B.A.S, a B.C.P, and a Bible.

- If you play a musical instrument, please bring it with you. (That being said, I won't be bringing my tuba!)

05. How do I tie my cincture?

- Here is a graphic that shows how.

06. Can I wear a prayer shawl with my alb or cassock and surplice?

- No, prayer shawls are no longer permitted, the only item you can wear with either an alb or surplice is the lay readers's ribbon and medallion. A poppy is permitted on Remembrance Day.

06. Can I wear a prayer shawl with my alb or cassock and surplice?

- No, prayer shawls are no longer permitted, the only item you can wear with either an alb or surplice is the lay readers's ribbon and medallion. A poppy is permitted on Remembrance Day.