The Liturgical Objects ClipArt gallery offers 18 examples of items used in Christian worship services such as ornate Bibles, chalices, crosiers, and alms basins.

Used in most religions to collect money for the religious center or the poor. This alms basin is used in a church and is made out of wood.

Alms Basin

Used in most religions to collect money for the religious center or the poor. This alms basin is used…

Used in most religions to collect money for the religious center or the poor. This alms basin is used in a church and is made out of wood.

Alms Basin

Used in most religions to collect money for the religious center or the poor. This alms basin is used…

This bible was bound in Morocco. It is enriched with embossing and illuminated coloring.

Bible

This bible was bound in Morocco. It is enriched with embossing and illuminated coloring.

This bible was bound in Morocco. It is enriched with embossing and illuminated coloring.

Bible

This bible was bound in Morocco. It is enriched with embossing and illuminated coloring.

This chalice is designed in a ruby gilt medieval style. It is a type of goblet that is used to hold sacramental wine during a Christian religious ceremony.

Chalice

This chalice is designed in a ruby gilt medieval style. It is a type of goblet that is used to hold…

A receptacle for the chrism, or holy oil, used in the services or the Roman Catholic and Eastern Churches.

Chrismatory

A receptacle for the chrism, or holy oil, used in the services or the Roman Catholic and Eastern Churches.

During the reign of Queen Anne a valuable communion set was presented by her Majesty to the Mohawk chapel -- in other words, to her Majesty's loyal allies, the Mohawks, who at that time resided in the State of New-York.

Communion Plate Presented by Queen Anne

During the reign of Queen Anne a valuable communion set was presented by her Majesty to the Mohawk chapel…

A Monstrance of Copper Gilt made in italy during fifteenth century. The monstrance is made out of iron, and was used to display the Sacred Host or relics of saints.

Monstrance Copper Gilt for Sacred Relics

A Monstrance of Copper Gilt made in italy during fifteenth century. The monstrance is made out of iron,…

This bible cover is carved in boxwood. It is engraved with arrangements of wheat, grapes and flowers.

Bible Cover

This bible cover is carved in boxwood. It is engraved with arrangements of wheat, grapes and flowers.

Bishop's Crosier from the Papal Power period during the Middle Ages.

Crosier

Bishop's Crosier from the Papal Power period during the Middle Ages.

"Feretory. English medieval silverwork. A shrine or bier containing the relics of saints, adapted to be borne in religious processions." -Whitney, 1911

Feretory

"Feretory. English medieval silverwork. A shrine or bier containing the relics of saints, adapted to…

A fan used in Catholic liturgies to keep insects away from the bread and wine.

Liturgical Flabellum

A fan used in Catholic liturgies to keep insects away from the bread and wine.

A fan used in Catholic liturgies to keep insects away from the bread and wine.

Papal Flabellum

A fan used in Catholic liturgies to keep insects away from the bread and wine.

"The Labarum consisted of a staff or lance with a purple banner on a crossbar. It bore the two Greek letters XP (CHR) the first being a symbol of the cross, and both making a monogram of the word Christ (Greek, Christos).—Webster, 1913

The Labarum

"The Labarum consisted of a staff or lance with a purple banner on a crossbar. It bore the two Greek…

The monstrance is a device used in the Roman Catholic, Old Catholic, Anglican, and Lutheran Churches to display the consecrated Host. The Host is also known as the Sacramental Bread, the Lamb, or Communion Bread.

Monstrance

The monstrance is a device used in the Roman Catholic, Old Catholic, Anglican, and Lutheran Churches…

The communion service is the set used to perform communion in the Christian religion.

Communion Service

The communion service is the set used to perform communion in the Christian religion.

"The Pastoral Staff is, in the Roman Catholic Church, the official staff of a bishop or abbot. The pastoral staff of an archbishop is distinguished by being surmounted by a crozier."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Pastoral Staff

"The Pastoral Staff is, in the Roman Catholic Church, the official staff of a bishop or abbot. The pastoral…

These communion cups and wine flagon are in an antique style. They are decorated with scriptural scenes and an open honeycomb pattern.

Communion Cups and Wine Flagon

These communion cups and wine flagon are in an antique style. They are decorated with scriptural scenes…