When you've been flagging for a long time, it's easy to forget you didn't always know how to hold worship flags, especially the new angel wing style.
Years ago, when the standard shape and size of worship flags was a basic rectangle, knowing how to hold worship flags wasn't a mystery. Catch the Fire Worship Flags wants you to be confident and comfortable when using worship flags in church.
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Today we answer the question: how to hold worship flags?
HOW TO HOLD WORSHIP FLAGS?
Is there a correct way to hold worship flags? Over the years, I've seen flaggers hold worship flags every way possible, but there is a correct way to hold worship flags, especially worship flags from Catch the Fire Worship Flags.
We specialize in multi-layer angel wing worship flags. Our worship flags are cut and styled in an elongated half circle. The worship pole is 36" length but the fabric is 54" length, which means there is a free-flowing "tail" at one end. The flag tail is at the bottom.
3 Reason Why the Flag Tail is at the Bottom:
- First, our worship flags are angel wings. Angel wings are in the shape of an arc, and are detached at the bottom. Similarly, our flags are attached to a worship pole, and detached at the bottom.
- Second, when the tail is at the top of the flag, it is less aerodynamic. That's a fancy way of saying that a top tail will have drag on it, which takes more energy, making your arms tire quickly.
You don't want to quit in the middle of a worship song because your arms are too tired. Save your energy, and hold worship flags correctly, with the tail on the bottom.
- Finally, Catch the Fire Worship Flags includes a brand logo label on the handle. We are proud of the quality that we offer creative worshippers and by including a label, it's our way of signing our name to a masterpiece.
You don't want the label to be a distraction when you are expressing your deepest worship. That's why the Catch the Fire Worship Flags logo is attached to the handle where you are supposed to hold the worship flags, ensuring that it is covered why you use worship flags to elevate your praise.
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