Public Worship


The liturgical practice of the Thracian Church is the oldest Alexandrine Liturgy of St. Basil in the Thracian (Bogarian) language, which has also been performed in the Roman Catholic Church in Latin, in the Greek Orthodox Church in Greek and in the Bulgarian Orthodox Church in the Slavonic-Bulgarian language.

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The Seven Sacraments

Holy Baptism

Chrismation (Confirmation)

Repentance – Confession

Eucharist (Holy Communion)

Betrothal and Crowning of those who enter into Holy Matrimony



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An excerpt from The Second Part of the Historical Letter of Tsvetan, Bishop of Serdika

“…Thus you, brethren, shall regard the Jewish religion – as a perverted form of the original Revelation accepted by the first-born patriarchs and prophets. In this sense, it is not Christianity which is a sect of the Old Testament worship, but quite the opposite. Every subsequent revelation and tradition have originated from the root which is Christ and the Worship to His Presence known even since Eden. The religion of Moses and his mediation represent such a branch cultivated by God. The Law and the Worship accepted at Mount Horeb are given by the same Lord and God whose Voice they heard but without seeing His Image. The revelation received at Sinai is completely Christian because it was a manifestation of the Word and His rule by means of the ministry of angels. The Theophany of Christ before the people was incomplete and partial then, as the apostles remark in their epistles. That was not the way Moses communicated with Jesus, because he spoke to God face to Face, as did also the prophets – God’s Seers and Clairvoyants appointed by the Lord to lead the blind people by Light…”

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