I've used the comments so far, and I have a paragraph that's open for critique....
Every Christian throughout this era has worshipped in liturgy, which is a “triunity of assembly, the eucharist, and the Church” to “reveal [and] realize the Church.” Assembly is the event, eucharist (meaning thanksgiving) is the action, and the Church is the community; in this triunity each Christian sees the whole world at the service of God, and so he worships in liturgy, that is, to participate in the work of the people to unify the world through “[the] act of blessing God, of both receiving the world from God and offering it to God — and by filling the world with this Eucharist, [the Christian] transforms his life, the one that he receives from the world, into life in God, into communion with Him.” Thus, for the Christian, “church is not a place where we fulfill our religious obligations, but the place where we find our real home, where joy and light are given to us."
(quotes are taken from Alexander Schmemann, The Eucharist (Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1988), 11.
Schmemann, The Eucharist, 8-11; Schmemann, For The Life Of The World (Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir's Seminary Press, 1973), 64.
Schmemann, Liturgy and Life: Christian Development Through Liturgical Experience (Crestwood, NY: St Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1974), 83.)