Concerning the Service
When a bishop is to confer Holy Orders, at least two presbyters must be present.
From the beginning of the service until the Offertory, the bishop presides from a chair placed close to the people, and facing them, so that all may see and hear what is done.
The ordinand is to be vested id, his full name (designated by the symbol N.N.) is used. Thereafter, it is appropriate to refer to him only by the Christian name by which he wishes to be known.
At the Offertory, it is appropriate that the bread and wine be brought to the Altar by the family and friends of the newly ordained.
After receiving Holy Communion, the new deacon assists in the distribution of the Sacrament, ministering either the Bread or the Wine, or both.
The family of the newly ordained may receive Communion before other members of the congregation. Opportunity is always given to the people to communicate.