alms dish

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Noun1.alms dish - a tray for collecting the offering from a congregationalms dish - a tray for collecting the offering from a congregation
tray - an open receptacle for holding or displaying or serving articles or food
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The lectern was paid for by the Diocese of Norwich, alms dish by Elkington & Co, the "great window at the end of the choir" by Mrs Ismay of the White Star Shipping Line family, the massive tower was paid for by the generosity of the Vestey family of Dewhurst Butchers fame.
World number one McIlroy earns an alms dish and jeroboam of champagne for winning his third such award in the last four months, a run which has been achieved just twice before, by Henrik Stenson last year and by Ian Woosnam in 1987.
Donaldson, who receives an engraved alms dish and a jeroboam of Mot & Chandon champagne, was praised by the panel for his commanding performance at Royal Portrush.
The artefacts include an alms dish, commemorative soup bowl, and coinage from the period.
Kaymer, who will receive an engraved alms dish in recognition of his dominant defence of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship, became the quickest player to earn e1/4 10million in European Tour Official Career Earnings, doing so in just 100 events.
The 27-year-old claimed his first Major title at the venue where every player wants to win - the Old Course at St Andrews - and he will receive an engraved alms dish and a jeroboam of Mot & Chandon champagne in recognition of his fantastic achievement.
A communion cup and footed paten of 1549 (St Mary Aldermary London) and alms dish of 1548 (St George's Chapel, Windsor) illustrate the liturgical changes being gradually brought into use in the 16th century.