Visual Schedule for the Divine Liturgy of St. Gregory

This spring, we began attending our local Western Rite Orthodox Church, where the Divine Liturgy of St. Gregory is celebrated. Yes! The Gregory of “Gregorian chant,” which we sing at church. This ancient rite has a lot of key differences from the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom that is celebrated in the Eastern Rite Orthodox Church, so we needed a new visual schedule. After review and revisions and a blessing from our priest, I offer you this printable visual schedule for the Divine Liturgy of St. Gregory.

DOWNLOAD THE VISUAL SCHEDULE FOR THE DIVINE LITURGY OF ST. GREGORY HERE

Don’t forget to read my book, Of Such is the Kingdom: A Practical Theology of Disability, where you will find lots of other ways to include all people at church. It’s now available as an audiobook! (Link sends you to audible.)

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