Of or related to a liturgy, in the ancient Greek sense of that term. See liturgy, 1.
Of or pertaining to sacrificial or eucharistic worship; in a wider feeling, utilized in, ready for, or regarding worship or spiritual ceremonies generally speaking. All services of public worship have occasionally already been called liturgical.
Specifically, pertaining to or employing a hard and fast or recommended liturgy, or related to public worship conducted prior to such a liturgy.
Noting part of a public religious workout that is explicitly directed into the deity rather than into worshiper: in opposition to didactic or homiletic.