Lampworked tan, white, and cream beads and a filigreed pewter cross grace these Protestant prayer beads. The bumpy beads and especially the multiple roller-balls in the Cruciform beads feel especially nice in hand.
- Cruciform Beads: Cross-shaped creamy shell
- Week Beads: Lampworked white glass with black and tan glass dots
- Spacer Beads: Round tan glass
- Cross: Filigreed pewter with black enamel accents
- Length: 17″
Purchase of these prayer beads includes a velveteen storage pouch and a 16-page “Anglican Prayer Beads” full color booklet by Kristi Lyn Glass. The booklet contains pictures, history, symbolism, instructions, and nine sample prayers.
Protestant (Anglican) prayer beads are similar to a Catholic Rosary (which has a set pattern for its use). However, Protestant prayer beads have a different pattern for use in any way you like.
The prayer beads’ circlet has four sections containing seven medium-sized “Week” beads. Larger “Cruciform” beads mark section divisions. The circlet begins and ends at the tail, which contains two Cruciform beads flanking another of the medium-sized beads. You may use that bead as a resurrection/listening bead. A cross or other symbolic pendant at the tail’s end marks the entrance and exit for the beads’ prayer pattern.
Lifetime Guarantee: If your prayer beads become unstrung at any time, don’t worry! Simply return all the components to Kristi Lyn Glass. She will restring them for free.