Episcopal Flag – Indoor

Our beautiful, high quality Episcopal flags are made from nylon and come with a sleeve and tab for mounting to an indoor flag set.

  • Choose from various sizes and style options
  • Durable All-Weather Nylon
  • Fully sewn construction, embroidered canton
  • Single-reverse with reinforced stitching for durability
  • Pole sleeve with fringe for indoor, parade and ornamental use
  • Made in USA

The Episcopal Church was founded in 1789 as a separate group from the mother Church of England, from which the churches in the colonies were separated by the American Revolution. The red white and blue colors are the colors of the American flag. Many of the founders of this nation, including George Washington, were Episcopalians. The white field with a red cross is the cross of St. George, the patron saint of the Church of England (and incidentally the colony of Georgia). This remembers the Episcopal Church's roots in the Church of England. There are nine miniature crosses on the field of blue symbolizing the nine dioceses that met in Philadelphia in 1789 to ratify the initial constitution of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America. The crosslets are formed as a x-shaped cross of St. Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland. This remembers the Scottish Episcopal Church's important role in our history as it was their bishops who ordained Samuel Seabury as the first American Bishop in 1784. The colors each have a symbolic meaning: Red is for the blood Christ shed for us and for the lives of the martyrs of our faith; White is the color of purity; Blue is the traditional color of the Virgin Mary, the mother of the Son of Man.

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Size Item Code Price
3x5' sewn fz1582053
4x6' printed fz1582093
3x5' (Pole Sleeve only-no fringe) fz1582052
4x6' (Pole Sleeve only-no fringe, Printed) fz1582092
4x6' sewn a95500