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Pulpit Ambo

Dictionary - Definition of Ambo. [from Late Latin expression ambo, Greek, any rising, raised stage, pulpit: compare to the French expression ambon.].

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Poulsbo First Lutheran Church
Purpose: To maintain the sanctuary (altar, pulpit, and lectern) for use on .
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___ Move away from pulpit / ambo. ___ Exciting. ___Change pace / rate.
Heaven Made Manifest: An Architectural Solution for The Spirit of the
ambo, but was distinctly not an ambo. Some churches simply used their old pulpit , or cut it down to the size of a glorified music-stand.
A lectern/pulpit/ambo stands to the right of the altar and is used for the proclamation of the Word of. God.
dium, lectern, rostrum, ambo, pulpit and dais.

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An altar, pulpit, ambo, baptismal font, pews and kneelers will be added, as well as a sacristy. Given the extensive renovations required, no date has been announced for the cathedral's reopening.

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Pulpit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ambo. (Pl. Ambos, or Ambones.
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Dictionary - Definition of Ambo
Etymology:Ambo \Am"bo\, noun; plural Ambos.

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