Clerical Clothing - Lutheranism


In Lutheran churches, pastors mainly wear

  • Clerical collar
  • Stole
  • Chasuble
  • Surplice
  • Cincture

and a Lutheran bishop might wear

  • Cassock
  • Cope
  • Mitre
  • Pectoral cross

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