Jack- in- the- pulpit is a woodland flower native to North America, where the ‘pulpit’ protects the central shaft of male & female flowers. Also known in French as the ‘petit precheur’ (little preacher), or as the bog onion!
One of many rocks around the world known as ‘pulpit rock’ on account of its shape. This one is at Portland Bill in England.
The pulpit, or pulpit rail, on the bow of a sailing boat. Named after its similarity to its church cousin.
The word ‘pulpit’ in Polish refers to the desktop on your computer. Food for thought for those involved in ‘digital church’, surely?
Whatever kind of pulpit you use today -may you use it well and bring blessing to others.