Liturgical Colors of the Season

Our current Liturgical Color is green which means the Holy Spirit, life eternal and hope and it is used after Epiphany and Pentecost. On November 2, All Saints Day, we will change to white which means light, innocence, purity, joy, triumph and glory. That day we will remember those from our congregation who have gone on to glory in the past year. White is also used for the season of Christmas and the season of Easter. On November 30, we will change to violet for four weeks for the season of Advent. Violet means penance and humility: a time of preparation. During Advent we will light  four candles representing Hope, Love, Joy and Peace. All will be violet except for the Joy candle which will be pink. On Christmas Eve we will change to white and light the Christ Candle.