Garments and Robes of the Priesthood Sugestions

If you need help obtaining garments or robes of the priesthood, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us: info@cjccf.org. We can make these as needed, but the cost is very high as we do not have the ability to mass produce at this time. If you’re intrested in making and selling garments and robes of the priesthood, please let us know by the email above.

Please note that the Church of Jesus Christ in Christian Fellowship does not endorse nor do we profit from the sale of any of the items below. There are merely suggestions. Please prayerfully make your decisions and remember that anyone may make their own garments and robes or purchase items from other sellers. 

Garments

Garments are simple, as they merely need to be about knee length and have the proper symbols on them. The original garments had the symbols cut into them, see the image to the left.

On the right we see the way the Lord suggested to David to make his garments. This is merely a shoulder width natural cloth cut two-thirds up the middle with the symbols sewn or cut into them. The final third acts as a “cape” of sorts on the back, so it stays on over the clothing very comfortably.

For those with no sewing abilities, the following items may be found on Amazon and the symbols sewn or cut into the fabric. While the Lord has recommended white, this is not mandatory. Please chose a color you feel moved by the Spirit to use.

Men’s

Women’s

Tallet and Tzitzits

Tzitzits

If desired, Tzitzits may be added to the garments.

Tallet

There are a number of different sizes of tallets available, from scarf to cape. Choose one you feel comfortable with.

Temple robes

Apron

The apron is not a simple item to find. We are open to suggestion. In the mean time, if you cannot make one, please contact us and we will see about having one made for you. Payment will be required in advance.

Gartel/Belt

The Miznefet and the Miter

The miznefet any hat used as part of the attire worn by the priests and priestesses. The miter is a loose hat worn by Elders. High Priests and High Priestesses may ware these as well, if they so desire. In some Later Day Saint traditions women wear veils. In the Fellowship this is not required, but High Priestesses may wear them if they so choose, and so options are given here. If a woman wished to add tzitzits to her veil it may be ger tallit. (We have been asked of the Lord not to cover our faces or our ears.)

Robes

The robes are also not a simple item to find. Again, we are open to suggestion. In the mean time, if you cannot make one, please contact us and we will see about having one made for you. Payment will be required in advance.