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Worship Pennant

A church pennant is a pennant flown to indicate that a religious service is in progress. It is flown on ships and establishments (bases).

Marine Nationale

The French Navy maintained a church pennant but it fell into disuse in 1905.[1]

Royal Navy and Royal Netherlands Navy

Church Pennant

The Church Pennant as used by the Royal Navy, other navies of the Commonwealth, and the Royal Netherlands Navy.

History

The broad pennant combination of the English Flag[2] at the hoist and the Dutch National Flag[3] in the fly originates from the Anglo-Dutch wars of the late 17th century, when it was used on Sundays to indicate that a service was in progress and a ceasefire existed between the warring nations.

United States Navy

U.S. Navy church pennant, a blue cross on a white triangular pennant
U.S. Navy Jewish worship pennant, the tablets of Moses surmounted by the Magen David in blue on a white triangular pennant
U.S. Navy church pennant (top), and Jewish worship pennant (bottom).

The United States Navy maintains several church pennants, of which the appropriate one is flown immediately above the ensign wherever the ensign is displayed, at the gaff when under way, or at the flagstaff when not under way, when religious services are held aboard ship by a Navy chaplain. Originally, the only authorized church pennant was for Christian chaplains, regardless of specific denomination. Later in 1975, the Secretary of Navy approved a similar Jewish worship pennant.[4][5]

See also

References

  1. ^ "France: Naval flags". Flags of the World. 2007-05-05. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "Church Pennant (Britain)". Flags of the World. 2006-02-05. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Church pennant (The Netherlands)". Flags of the World. 2006-02-25. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Navy - Church Pennants (U.S.)". Flags of the World. 2006-03-04. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "Naval Customs, Traditions, & Etiquette - Church Pennant". U.S. Fleet Forces. United States Navy. Archived from the original on 2015-06-13.

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