Do you practice head
covering for women?

A woman’s hair is her covering (I Cor 11:15), so we expect our women to have relatively long hair compared to our shorthaired men, though we do not prohibit women from cutting it from time to time like some Pentecostals, who have created manmade rules.

I Corinthians 11 required secondary veils or head coverings only for those women under the inspiration of the Holy Ghost that spoke in public assemblies including men. Since that apostolic gift no longer exists, there is no reason for a woman to wear an additional head covering.

Here is our detailed commentary:  First Corinthians 11.

Far more important than a woman’s head covering is her spirit, holiness, reverence, and speech at home with her husband and in public at all times.