When we come to worship in the Orthodox Church, we are surrounded by a variety of objects that conspire to keep our attention focused on the worship of God. Icons, architecture, candles, incense, votive lights, chandeliers, vestments-all speak to us in their own way to tell us something about our faith. This book takes a child on a tour through an Orthodox Church, clearly and simply explaining in forty-five brief chapters the meaning of the many objects seen in most Orthodox Churches. Each explanation is enhanced with an original four-color painting. Written primarily for children in grades 3 through 6. Excellent for use by parents at home, by Sunday School teachers, and priests. 2nd printing.
Softbound. 95 pp.