Vespers (served Sunday evening)
Lord, I call on 10: 4 octoechos (hymns of repentance, in the tone of the week)* + 3 triodion + 3 saint of the day, from the menaion; glory: saint, if there is one; now: theotokion, from the lesser (that is, the non-resurrectional) theotokia. If there is not a glory for the saint: glory and now: theotokion in the tone of the sticheras to the saint.
Entrance. Great prokeimenon**
From Vouchsafe, O Lord, we begin making bows. Litany: Let us complete our evening…
Aposticha: 2 triodion (idiomelon, sung 2x) + 1 martyrs; glory: saint, if there is one; now: theotokion in the tone of the glory. If there is not a glory for the saint: glory and now: theotokion in the tone of the sticheron to the martyrs.
And the rest of the order of vespers for the Sunday evenings in lent.
See the full outline of the service, including all the fixed parts.
* These are printed in a special section of the triodion for convenience. The first 2 come from the vespers aposticha for Sunday evening, and the last 2 from the matins aposticha for Monday morning, in the tone of the week.
** “Turn not away your face…” is the great prokeimenon used at Forgiveness Sunday vespers and on the 2nd and 4th Sunday evenings. “You have given us an inheritance…” is used on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sunday evenings at vespers.