I am preparing to play an Anglican pastor/priest at a live-action role-playing game. The (pretend) location: an English colonial outpost in the Caribbean. The (pretend) time period: circa 1695. And the game, of course, is about pirates.
I am a real-life Anglican in Ireland, but I am having trouble finding information specific to the time/situation.
First and foremost: what would such a person wear? Something flowing, resembling a Catholic priest? Something more resembling a modern suit - then what's the critical difference, so my costume can look authentic, not modern?
Also: what kind of beliefs, "churchmanship", would he be likely to espouse? Latitudinarianism, an early doctrine of tolerance, already existed in Anglicanism, but would it be normal for a rank-and0file pastor/priest to hold to it?
And, by the way, would he and those around him refer to his position as "priest" or "pastor" or "minister" or something else?
I was somewhat unsure whether to ask here or on the Christianity Stackexchange but decided to try here :) Plesae do tell me if I should ot there instead.