CollinsFlags.com offers our Episcopal parade sets in two sizes, 3' X 5' and 4' X 6'. Our Episcopal Flags are brilliantly dyed to vibrant shades of pure white, crimson red, and liberty blue and can be shipped to you today. This set includes a nylon Episcopal flag with pole hem, gold fringe, gold cord with tassel, 7 1/2" X 5" gold passion cross top ornament, two piece gold aluminum pole with brass screw joint, and a 12" diameter gold floor stand. Oak pole available.
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The Episcopal flag was officially adopted in 1940, but its history dates back to 1918 and the Diocese of Long Island. For the Diocese's fiftieth anniversary, the Episcopal Bishop of Long Island appointed chapter member William Baldwin to plan a ceremony for the occasion. A parade of banners was a portion of this ceremony. There were 170 banners in this parade which symbolized specific parishes, missions, diocesan, and archdeaconries; but none to represent the Episcopal faith as a whole. This saddened Mr. Baldwin and led him to create what we know as the official Episcopal flag today. This flag offers a pure white field representing purity, a red cross to symbolize the blood of Christ, and a blue canton which stands for humanity. The blue canton is featured in the upper left corner of the flag and within this space are nine white crosses which represent the nine US states of the church's origin. The red, white, and blue colors were chosen to pay homage to the American flag.
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