Western observers never fail to be awestruck at the celebration of the liturgy in an Orthodox church. Hugh Wybrew's authoritative yet highly readable account traces the fascinating story of the Orthodox liturgy from its origins in the first century to the present day, conveying a lively and memorable sense of what it would have felt like to be among the worshippers. 'We have long needed such an introduction. Clear yet detailed, sympathetic yet not uncritical, The Orthodox Liturgy will be of great value to Christian, whether western or eastern.' Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia
The Revd Canon Hugh Wybrew is an Associate Member of the Faculty of Theology and Religion in the University of Oxford, and has served as Secretary of the fellowship of St Albans and St Sergius and Dean of St George's Anglican Cathedral in Jerusalem, where he was in close contact with Eastern churches.