The word pulpit comes from the verb "I ascend" and characterizes that part of the interior of the church from which the preacher makes a sermon or the deacon reads the gospel. The need for the pulpit as a special place was created from the earliest Christian years, where the gospel reader and the chants should be visible to all believers. At first they were placed in the middle of the temple, then the left (northern) part of the main church was designated as permanent space. The pulpit symbolizes the tomb of Christ and the deacon the angel of the Resurrection (Mark 6). The pulpit is marble or wooden, rich in works of art and remarkable carvings. It usually shows representations of the holy evangelists and there is a relief pigeon on which the sacred gospel is placed and symbolizes the Holy Spirit.