We are in the process of compiling the texts and hymns of our website into PDF books. Click on the thumbnails below to view each PDF
book, or right-click on each thumbnail to download the book to your computer. For a hard copy of the books, put the PDF files on a USB
flash drive or an SD card and take them to your local Kinko's, Office Max, or other copy center, and they will make the books. Make
sure you ask for 2-sided images. We suggest you use a spiral binding with a clear plastic cover. We will add more books periodically.
The five books below contain essentially all of the hymns a Greek Orthodox church choir or chanters will have to chant for the Divine
Liturgy every Sunday of the year and every major feast of the Church. They are all in side-by-side Greek and English, and all in the
official musical system of the Church. Traditional modes and melodies are always used, and the English is always flowing, metered, easy
to understand, and conveys the poetry of the ancient Greek texts.
The Fifth Edition of the Divine Liturgy book, contains a
complete major (Plagal Fourth) and minor (Plagal First)
liturgy including four different Cherubic hymns,
substiitutions for the Trisagion hymn, and hymns for
hierarchical liturgies. It includes  the Memorial and
Artoklasia services. With extensive annotations and
instructions. (126 pages)
Volumes 1 and 2 of the Menaion have all of the hymns needed for the liturgy for every
day of the year when it falls on a Sunday, and for the major feasts of the Church. These
include antiphons and antiphon verses, entrance hymns, apolytikia, church hymns,
small entrance hymns, kontakia, megalynaria, and Communion hymns. Both volumes
contain a Typikon table with every date of the year and its order of hymns. (Vol. 1 - 216
pages and Vol. 2 - 226 pages)