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For easy reference, click the links below to jump to the different sections of the guide.Introduction Before The Badarak Begins: We Prepare Ourselves Before The Badarak Begins: The Priest Prepares Himself The Badarak Begins: Procession into the Church and up the Altar Behind the Closed Curtain The Procession and the Beginning of the Liturgy of the Word A Hymn to Jesus Christ the Only-Begotten Son of God The Gospel Procession: A Parade in Honor of the Saviour The Reading of the Scriptures: We are Nourished by the Word of God The Reading of the Holy Gospel: God is Speaking The Nicene Creed: Our Common Faith The End of the Liturgy of the Word The Liturgy of the Eucharist A Hymn about Holy Communion The Procession with the Gifts of Bread and Wine The Kiss of Peace A Call to Attention: Let us Stand in Awe The Eucharist Prayer The Preface The Hymn of the Angels: Holy, Holy, Holy The Last Supper The Epiclesis The Intercessions The Conclusion of the Eucharistic Prayer Prayer and Hymns before Holy Communion Two Hymns of Praise Before Holy Communion Confession and Absolution Holy Communion Two Thanksgiving Hymns following Communion Conclusion of the Divine Liturgy: Prayer and Gospel The Divine liturgy is the main worship service of the Armenian Church. It provides the most intimate encouter we can have with God in this life.Fasting helps us to focus our minds and hearts on the spiritual nourishment we will receive in Holy Communion.Exceptions are made, of course, for those who, for health reasons, must eat in the morning.The complex interplay of the celebrant priest, the deacons, the other altar servers, the choir and the people might lead one to overlook the logic and purpose of the Divine Liturgy, and to miss its very real benefits.

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It offers the peace and solace that only God can give -- a free gift no less -- in an age when so many people are searching, and spending millions of dollars in vain to find personal stability and security. This guide to the Divine Liturgy of the Armenian Church is something like a travelogue that leads you on your journey supplying helpful information about points of interest along the way.

It is designed to accompany the new Divine Liturgy "Pew Book," The Divine Liturgy of the Armenian Church: With Modern Armenian and English Translations, Transliteration, Musical Notation, Introduction and Notes (New York: St. Page numbers from the Pew Book have been placed in square brackets [ ] for easy cross-reference.

It can include reading of, and meditation on relevant passages from the Bible, or prayer and reflection.

As we shall see, the Badarak is a procedure with a beginning, a middle, and an end.