→Prayer books available in English: Added OUP edition of Greek prayer book
The [[Holy Trinity Monastery (Jordanville, New York)|Jordanville]] ''Prayer book'': good translation (for the most part) and reasonably complete. It uses the ''Psalter According to the Seventy'' produced by [[Holy Transfiguration Monastery (Brookline, Massachusetts)|Holy Transfiguration Monastery]]. For [[ROCOR]] parishioners, this is the best one to use, because of the translation. The edition currently available is the work of Fr. Lawrence (Campbell). This book is very similar to the one published by Holy Transfiguration. The main difference is that there are many additional morning and evening prayers.
''A Prayer Book for Orthodox Christians'' (translated from the Greek and published by Holy Transfiguration Monastery): follows Greek
variations, though its order for the morning prayers is not the one found in typical Greek prayer books .
''The Old Orthodox Prayer Book'', or as it is commonly referred to, "The [[Old Believers|Old Believer]] Prayer Book": This prayer book has a lot of useful instructional material, and a lot of services that are set up such that they can be done as reader services (such as a [[Moleben]]). It also has the [[Church Slavonic|Slavonic]] text and the English text on facing pages. The disadvantage to it is the Slavonic text is not the standard text used by the Church (being the Old Rite) and so it differs in wording and often in structure. Nevertheless, it is quite useful. This prayer book was produced for use by the Old Rite community in Erie, Pennsylvania (ROCOR).
[http://www.antiochian.org/orthodox-prayers The Pocket Prayer Book for Orthodox Christians], published by the [[Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America|Antiochian Archdiocese]], is a popular, but more abbreviated version of the Prayer Book, though it contains some prayers not typically included in other prayer books.
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