It depends on whether you are following a more Monastic Typikon or not.
Lord, I have Cried; Let my prayer arise.
(Optional: the verses of Ps. 140-141, "Set a watch O Lord" - "Θου Κυριε φυλακην τω στοματι μου")
3 Prosomia of the Prophet each sung twice, using the final 6 verses of the Psalms as verses before each hymn ("Ἐὰν ἀνομίας" - "If you mark iniquities")
Glory: of the Prophet
Both Now: From Saturday Evening Resurrectional Vespers in Plagal of the 2nd - "Τὶς μὴ μακαρίσει σε, Παναγία Παρθένε" - "Who would not pronounce you blessed"
Entrance. Prokeimenon of the day ("Τὸ ἔλεός σου, Κύριε" - "Your mercy, O Lord" - 1st Tone)
OT readings of the Saint
Completion Litany, with the prayer of the bowing of the heads.
If there is to be both a procession with the icon and an artoclasia, then sing the first hymn of the Liti: "Ἠλίας ὁ ζηλωτής," - "Elias the zealot" - 1st Tone. Then follows the petitions of the Liti, the censing with "Theotoke Parthene," and the blessing of the loaves with "Plousioi" - "Rich men". Then go right to the Aposticha.
If there is a procession with no artoclasia, or no procession, then go right to the Aposticha.
3 Aposticha Prosomia of the Prophet with verses before the 2nd and 3rd.
Glory: Of the Prophet.
Both now: From the Saturday Evening Resurrectional Vespers Aposticha in Plagal of the 2nd: "Θεοτόκε, σὺ εἶ ἡ ἄμπελος" - "Theotokos, you are the vine", changing the word "Ἀποστόλων" (Apostles) to "Προφητών" (Prophets).
Then the prayer of St. Symeon, the Trisagion prayers.
Then the APolytikion of the Prophet sung once; Glory, both now: the 4th Tone Sunday Resurrectional Apolytikion-Theotokion "Τὸ ἀπ' αἰῶνος ἀπόκρυφον" "The mystery from the ages".