White and often golden banners are used during Easter, Epiphany and Christmas tide.
As an artist I see white in a technical way- as the absence of color. But if we look for a deeper theological meaning then we can associate the color white with the brightest light. I imagine seeing the brightness of God. When Moses was in the presence of God- it is written that he then shined so much the people asked him to wear a veil!
White can represent purity or holiness. Remember that holiness means something wholly other or set apart. It is with this reverence that I approach the creation of this important white-colored liturgical banner.
See some pictures below and if your church or congregation would benefit from this banner then reach out!
The size of the pictured banners is 23 inches by 86 inches.