The following items will test your grasp of the material covered in this lesson. There is only one correct
answer for each item. When you have completed the exercise, check your answers with the answer key
that follows. If you answer any item incorrectly, study again that part of the lesson which contains the
Situation: You are a chaplain assistant assigned for duty to Fort Opportunity. As part of your assigned
duties, you must prepare the garrison chapel for the chaplain to conduct Orthodox worship services.
You are preparing the altar area. You position the U.S. Flag
on a flagstaff in the center of the chancel area.
on a flagstaff to the left of the congregation.
on a flagstaff at the congregation's right, and any other flags should be placed on the
on the right adjacent to the Nave.
You are preparing the altar, and have just placed the crucifix in position. The hand cross
is placed to the right of the crucifix.
must be placed on the liturgy book.
is put in position by the chaplain.
is the last item you place on the altar.
In preparing the oblation table for an Orthodox worship service, you should
place two cruets filled with red wine on the table.
center one candlestick directly behind the icon.
place the book of the gospels on the table.
cover the top of the table with a small white cloth.
You are preparing to place items on the vestment table. You
must check with the chaplain to see if the vestments have been consecrated.
should match the color of the chasuble, cuffs, belt and stole with the color of the altar
frontal and veils.
place the icon, candlestick assembly, veil and cruets on the table, and the chaplain will
place the consecrated items on the table.
place the alb on first.