The church is a tapestry of cultures and symbolism, as evidenced by the garments worn by clergy. From button blanket copes to sumptuous velvet chasubles, to intricately embroidered stoles – they usually have a story. The Anglican Journal wants you to tell us about your favourite vestments and show them off in an upcoming feature. We invite you to send us a photograph of your garment, together with a brief description and the story behind the garment. Send your description and a colour print or slide to Anglican Journal, 600 Jarvis Street, Toronto, ON M4Y 2J6. Or e-mail your description along with a digital file of the vestment (scan the photo at its original size with the resolution set at 300, save as a jpg) to us at [email protected].