What is an altar in a Church made out of?
It is the table at the front of the church, usually made of wood or marble. It is where the Eucharist is celebrated.
Roman Catholic Answer Yes, if you have made your first Holy Communion and want to be an altar boy, you speak to the priest and ask him. He will talk to you and arrange for you to be trained.
Yes, every Catholic church has an altar.
The opposite of an altar might be a sacrificial table. Also, the altar is in the eastern portion of the church. The portion in the western part opposite to the altar in a church is called the entryway or vestibule.
A priest was standing on the altar in the church.
A cloth that covers the top of the altar.
The chancel leads to the sanctuary and the altar.
Roman Catholic Answer The altar (and the priest when he is at the altar) are contained in the sanctuary of the Church.
Most Methodist churches have an altar. It is typically in the same location it would be found at in any church.
It is placed in the center because Christ himself is the altar the main emphasis in the church. Answer Most churches have an altar (or 'communion table' ) at the east end of the church. Some modern churches have them at the centre but this is an exception rather than the rule.
Divide the plan in 4 with a cross centered in the centre of the church. The entrance will be placed on a tip of this cross, and traditionally this point is the west. If we consider this the bottom of the church, the altar will be placed at the top, opposite the main entrance. The position of the altar is between the top wall and the exact centre of the church; normally the older the… Read More
They are either made of wax or plastic. Lamp oil is used to keep the plastic ones burning.
It doesnt matter what end of the church the altar is in. as long as you worship God, He doesnt care what end of the church you are at. You dont even have to be at church to worship God! you can worship God at home!
When I went to church, I stood at the altar. -xoxo ChristyCarla :)P
The altar is where the priest changes the bread and wine into the body and blood of Christ.
An altar is actually called "the altar", although if there are many altars in a Church, they may be called by a specific name, like the main altar, the high altar, the side altar, the Blessed Virgin Mary altar, the altar of repose, the Blessed Sacrament altar, the St. Joseph altar, etc.
at the front of the church normally in front of an cross
Altar of the spilt blood of the master Jesus
In front of the church on the altar, which is usually raised from the rest of the church. On the altar, the priest will stand in front of the pulpit to read the Gospel
it depends on the church...at my church we have the microphone, a hymnal and some notes for people speaking
The sanctuary. Parts of a church: Nave - where congregation sit Chancel - where the choir and clergy sit Sanctuary - where the altar is and the priest celebrates mass
so people can go up and pray to God in church
The Tabernacle is located at the front of the church behind the altar.
The synagogue church of all nationsLagos.
It's at the front.
a church has an apse, an altar and the stations of the cross in the catholic church, it has pews and of course a rectory.
will alter is a high table which is usually located at the front of the church and they keep the bible on it This is someone different answering An alter is usually covered with an altar cloth and has candles on it
A dedicated Catholic Church has an altar and both the altar and the Church itself have been solemnly consecrated with a lot of Sacred Chrism and incense by a Bishop. There will be a signed declaration somewhere that says that the Bishop has consecrated the Church and when.
A altar is a prayer elevated place to talk to the god mostly use in RPGs and MMOs lol.
The church should have a document on file stating which saint's relics are in the altar stone.
When I went to church, I stood at the altar which was placed at the main focal point of the sanctuary.
"Step to the Alter" is the name of a quilt pattern. The spelling is "altar," meaning the table at the front of a church. So a "Step to the Altar" quilt would be made as a wedding quilt for a new bride and groom. In Barbara Brackman's Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns, there are 4 different blocks called "Steps to the Altar." They are all complex pieced blocks (constructed of geometric pieces of cloth stitched… Read More
An altar is in a church. Alter means to change something.
The layout of a church generally includes a narthex (foyer), nave (assembly area), and a sanctuary (front area of the Church where the priest celebrates the Mass). The altar is a table within the sanctuary where the Liturgy of the Eucharist is celebrated.
Technically no. But, there is a table at the front of the church that is used to place the offering on and to serve the Lord's supper from. When there is a call for following Jesus at the end of the service that is referred to an altar call.
The worshipper knelt at the altar. He was sacrificed at the altar to the sun gods.
Consecrated Hosts are stored in a locked Tabernacle, not on the altar. The Tabernacle may be located immediately behind the main altar or on its own pedestal in the Church, non on the altar.
In the past it was required to have a relic of a martyr embedded in the altar of each church. That is no longer required. Also, those churches who wish a relic in their altar no longer must have a relic of a martyr. The relic of any saint may be used.
Its called an apse.
There is jesus on the cross, an altar.
It is the altar. Atrium?
It's the apse.
Where the priest is -alliemonster112
Catholics believe Christ is present there. Actually you should kneel in reverence if no one is at the altar.
It's a part of the church. ANSWER: The Pulpit, the Altar, and the Baptismal area.
The consecration takes place on the main altar of the church.
A traditional church is designed in the shape of a cross with the altar at the eastern end.
The sanctuary is the part of the church which contains the altar.
Almost every Baptist church has an altar this is where people go when an altar call is given for unsaved people, to accept Christ and be forgiven of their sin.