Aladura practices are a mix of Anglican and African rituals. In the Church of the Lord (Aladura), for example, ministers are given an iron rod about two and a half feet long, looped in a handle at one end, as part of their insignia of office. It symbolizes the powers of the prophet. A prophet touches the objects he consecrates brought by people who come for prayers and healing sessions. Rosaries are used to consecrate water or to pray the psalms. Vestments and gowns are widely used.
|Published||August 8, 2015|
|Updated||November 18, 2016|
|MLA Citation||“Aladura Practices.” ReligionFacts.com. 18 Nov. 2016. Web. Accessed 20 Jan. 2017. <www.religionfacts.com/|