are no longer offering low-cost liturgical supplies. All that we supply are
required elements you cannot purchase elsewhere: Pre-Consecrated Hosts and
Mikvek water. The links on these pages will take you to online companies who
offer the basic liturgical supplies that we require for students. We make
special recommendations for low-cost, high-quality items pictured on the pages.
However, choose whatever you can afford. You can order liturgical supplies from
these or other online companies by telephone, fax, or email. You will use these
supplies throughout Diaconate and Priesthood training. Your investment will be
less than $200 if you follow our recommendations.
REQUIRED LITURGICAL SUPPLIES
Recommended links to online companies will be found in our pages for the
CHALICE AND PATTEN
TWO TALL CANDLESTICKS (Serve for Altar and
SEVEN-BRANCHED ALTAR MENORAH
TALLIT (Stole) and ALB (White Robe)
To be ordered from the Home Temple:
TAKE THE LINKS BELOW FOR ONLINE SUPPLIERS:
Chalice, Patten, and Supplies for Altar and Shabbat Link
- We recommend a specific form of the Jewish Kiddush cup in
honor of the usage of the Master Jesus for use on the Eucharist Altar as well as at the
Shabbat banquet; the rare Seven-Branched Menorah (used only in the Temple and Synagogues)
for your Home Temple Altar; twin Shabbat candlesticks for Altar and Shabbat. These are
appropriate for Subdiaconate and Diaconate training.
- Vestments Link
- The versatile Jewish Tallit serves as the Home
Temple liturgical Stole worn over a white linen robe or alb for Subdeacons and Deacons.
The white robe may be of any kind (Catholic, Buddhist, Masonic, Golden Dawn,
Druid, Wiccan, Martial Arts, etc., depending upon spiritual orientation). Priests and Bishops are free to vest as they wish.
TO BE ORDERED FROM HOME
accept VISA and MASTERCARD by telephone, fax, or
mail; checks by mail.)
- Pre-Consecrated Hosts
- Small unleavened wheaten Eucharistic Hosts impressed with
a simple equal-sided or tav cross are used for the Liturgy of the Chalice. Hosts
have been pre-consecrated in a formal Eucharist by the Presiding Bishops for use by
Subdeacons and Deacons in their authorized Deacons' masses. Priests
can order regular unconsecrated Hosts from suppliers like Religious
- Consecrated Oils, Mikveh Water,
- High-grade rose essential-oil preparation; sacred spring
water from Mount Shasta for infusing the Temple Mikveh or ritual ablution; and, a
special castille soap mixture for Mikveh preparation. The Mikveh
water is formally consecrated for sacred use in seminary training by the
Presiding Bishops of the Home Temple. Rose oils and the ingredients for Temple
Soap can be purchased at health and natural food stores. Students are
encouraged to find their own suppliers for these. If not, look in our link
ALSO OF INTEREST:
- Publications of the Home Temple other than
Diaconate and Priesthood modules. including PowerPoint classes on CD-ROM and
various tapes and writings by Bishop Keizer to supplement basic studies.
A page of links covering special topics like the Dead Sea Scrolls, etc.