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Vespers, Canon & Akatist


The liturgical day begins at sunset, and therefore Vespers is traditionally served in the early evening. 

The Vespers service is meant to remind us of the Old Testament period, the creation of the world, the first human beings fall into sin, of their expulsion from Paradise, their repentance and prayer for salvation, the hope of mankind in accordance with the promise of God for a Savior and ending with the fulfillment of that promise.

Divine Liturgy


The Divine Liturgy is the primary worship service of the Church.

The Divine Liturgy is a Eucharistic service.  It contains two parts: the Liturgy of the Catechumens, sometimes called the Liturgy of the Word, at which the Scriptures are proclaimed and expounded; and the Liturgy of the Faithful, sometimes called the Liturgy of the Eucharist, in which the gifts of bread and wine are offered and consecrated; the faithful then partake of them in the Sacrament of Holy Communion.

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