The Eucharistic rite of the Eastern Orthodox Church.
See Liturgy; also, Eucharist.
The eucharistic mystery (sacrament) served every Sunday and feast day, at which the local community gathers to take part in the heavenly worship of the Holy Trinity and to receive the "Body and Blood of our Lord, God, and Savior Jesus Christ."
The Service in which the people's offering of bread and wine is transformed by the Holy Spirit into the Body and Blood of Jesus, and then distributed to the faithful. Liturgy means the common work, and is the work of the Christian community when it assembles together as the Church, the Body of Christ.
The Divine Liturgy is the common term for the Eucharistic service of the Byzantine tradition of Christian liturgy. As such, it is used in the Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, and Eastern Rite Catholic Churches. Armenian Christians, both of the Armenian Apostolic Churchhttp://www.armenianchurchwd.com/ and of the Armenian Catholic Church,http://www.armeniancatholic.ru/en/index.html use the same term.