All of these statements are correct, assuming one is already Orthodox. To the OP,
1. Are you? If not, begin by attending the nearest parish. Having had to drive 1.25 hours to attend services regularly, I can assure you it can be done until one is assisted by the church in establishing a mission.
2. Do what you can to study the Horologion (book of hours) which can be found numerous places online. Also a Menaion can be found online and this will assist you in the services. There are Reader's portions in the Horologion for anyone to read.
3. Are there any Orthodox in your area? If you don't know, an ad in the local paper wanted section may help. So might a local bulletin board posting for bible/church history study, hosted by you.
4. Local (as near as possible) Diocese of an Orthodox church... Contact them and tell them of your desire to learn services and the bible study. They may even have a retired priest or someone else who could assist you such as a missionary priest.
If you need more help, provide us with more info and we'll see what we can do!