Note, many of the hymns and readings have been translated previously into English, and so I began with them citing where I found them. If you see a set of hymns below without a link following, note that they are most likely amateur translations from myself, and so it might be advisable to confirm those translations before use.
I. At the holy Kouvouklion and the All-holy Tomb [of Christ]
The order of the holy litany.
The most-pious pilgrims gather in the all-holy Church of the Resurrection, and embrace the Life-giving Tomb of our Lord...while the choirs standing before the holy Kouvouklion chant the following resurrectional troparia.
As we the unworthy stand at your tomb which received life, we offer a hymn of glory to your ineffable compassion, Christ our God; because you accepted Cross and death, O sinless one, that you might give resurrection to the world, as you love mankind.
The soldiers watching your grave became as dead men at the lightning flash of the Angel who appeared and proclaimed to the Women the Resurrection. We glorify you, the destroyer of corruption; we fall down before you, risen from the grave and alone our God.
The women sprinkled sweet spices with their tears upon your grave, and their mouths were filled with joy as they said, ‘The Lord has risen!’
Let nations and peoples praise Christ our God, who willingly endured the Cross for us and spent three days in hell; and let them worship his Resurrection from the dead, through which all the ends of the world have been filled with light.
On the third day you rose from the tomb, O Christ, as it is written, and you raised our Forefather with you; therefore the human race both glorifies you and hymns your Resurrection.
Having seen the Resurrection of Christ, let us worship holy Lord Jesus, the only sinless one.
We do not cease to worship Christ's Resurrection, for he has saved us from our iniquities, holy is Lord Jesus who showed forth the Resurrection.
When you had truly risen from the tomb you ordered the holy women to proclaim the Resurrection to the Apostles, as it is written; and Peter, coming at full speed, stood by the grave and seeing the light in the tomb was struck with amazement. And so he both saw the grave clothes lying there alone, without the divine body, and he believed and cried out: Glory to you Christ God, because you save us all, our Saviour, for you are the brightness of the Father.
II. The Chapel: "Do not touch Me"
With the Priest and Deacon going before with the priestly stole, we go to the Holy Pilgrimage named “Do not touch Me”, chanting the following Megalynarion.
III. The Chapel of the Scourging of Christ
And going out we reach the Chapel of the flogging of our Lord
And the Priest censes, while the Deacon says the following litany of supplication.
Have mercy on us O God according to Your great mercy, we pray You, hearken and have mercy.
Lord have mercy (x3 after every petition)
Again we pray for the pious and orthodox Christians.
Again we pray for our Father and Patriarch...(name)
Again we pray for our brothers, Hierarchs, Priests, Hieromonks, Hierodeacons and Monks, and all of our brotherhood in Christ.
Again we pray for mercy, life, peace, health, salvation, visitation and pardon of the sins of the servants of God..., all the pious and orthodox pilgrims, members and trustees of the all-holy and life-giving Tomb...
[Ἔτι δεόμεθα καὶ ὑπὲρ τῶν ἀδελφῶν ἡμῶν, τῶν ἐν ταῖς διακονίαις καὶ ἐν ἀποδημίαις ὄντων, καὶ ὑπὲρ πάντων τῶν ἐλεούντων, ἐλεησάντων, διακονούντων τε καὶ διακονησάντων ἡμῖν ἐν τῇ Ἁγίᾳ Μονῇ ταύτῃ.]
Priest: For You are a merciful God Who loves mankind...
Priest: Peace be unto you.
And to your spirit.
Deacon: Let us bow our heads to the Lord.
To you O Lord.
And the priest entones the following hymn:
Lord Jesus Christ, only-begotten Son and Word of God, beyond all goodness, most-compassionate, glory to Your condescension that surpasses the mind, glory to Your utter compassion, glory to Your unspeakable love for man, glory to Your ineffable forbearance, for while we were the apostates, and you the sinless One, You were judged by Pilate, while we were the fallen, and You the righteous one were condemned, we were the scoffers, and You Who were not at fault accepted to be scourged on the pillar. O the unspeakable goodness, O the incomprehensible love for man, He Who sits upon the cherubim, is flogged on the back, He Who scourged Egypt with plagues, accepts scourging. But O Lord beyond all goodness, send Your compassions, You Who were wounded for us, heal the wounds of our souls, You Who suffered for us, free us from soul-corrupting passions, that we may in thanksgiving glorify You the dispassionate in Godhead unto the ages. Amen.
IV.The Chapel of the Klapon
[To the north-west of the chapel of St. Logginus, there is "the chapel of the Klapes" which belongs to the Greek orthodox. Klapes is a (hinged double) board with two holes used as an instrument of torture. The erection of the chapel is due to a very ancient tradition, according which Christ's torturers before the Crucifixion, immobilized His feet in the holes of the klapes. The board of klapes was earlier in the council room, but the Christians transported it to this chapel after the capture of Jerusalem by the Ottoman. The board was placed under a small Holy Altar and is protected with a railing. In the rear wall of the chapel, an icon was mounted depicting the event. (http://www.jerusalem-patriarchate.info/en/pareklisia.htm)]
Next, as approach the Chapel of the Klapon, and of the Theotokos, we chant the following Troparia:
Venomously gazing with dangerous wrath, the Hebrew nation hastens to deprive of life You Who are the life of the world, my forbearing Son, but I hymn your condescension with fervor.
At the Fainting of the Theotokos:
The priest censes, and the Deacon entones the entreaty and the Priest entones the following prayer:
O Spotless, undefiled, incorrupt, most-pure, blameless, all-holy, bride of God, Theotokos, Ever-virgin Mariam [Mary], Lady of the world, our hope, look down upon us sinners at this hour, and may Jesus Christ Who was born from your pure blood without man, be merciful to us hearkening to your motherly intercessions, and you beholding Him condemned, and you whose heart was pierced with the sword of sorrow, pierce our souls with divine fervor, you who wept bitterly on behalf of His bonds and being made a spectable, grant to us tears of compunction, you who upon His imprisonment towards death was greatly embittered in soul, deliver us from the bitterness of our inglorious passions, that we may glorify you who are truly glorified unto the ages. Amen.
V.The Chapel of St. Longinos
As we approach the Chapel of St. Longinos, we chant the following Troparia:
The Priest censes, and the Deacon says the entreaty prayers, and then the Priest entones the following prayer:
Christ our God, the sweetest love of mankind, our light, our way, our life and our salvation, we thank Your unspeakable mercy, and Your inexpressible compassion and goodness, for by Your death by being nailed to the Cross, You wished to give life to us who were dead O Immortal One. And now most-compassionate Lord, receive the hymns of us Your unworthy servants entreating Your goodness, Who while upon the Cross was confessed by the righteous Longinos, we offer You this, saying: Truly, You are the Son of God. You, Lord, are the Son and Logos of God and God, You are the King of all. You are the King of kings, and Lord of lords. You are the Good Shepherd, Who sought out and found the lost sheep, and placed it upon Your shoulders, and brought it back again to Your beginningless Father. You, Lord, Who are glorified by all and in all, make us lowly and unworthy ones worthy to praise and glorify You always. You, the only pure and all-holy Lord, cleanse us from every filth of flesh and spirit. You, Who for the incorruptibility of men willingly drank the cup of death, water us with the wine of compunction, and grant to us remission of our offenses, through the intercessions of Your Ever-virgin Mother, of the Holy Great Martyr Longinos the Centurion, and all of Your Saints. Amen.
VI. Chapel of the Dividing of the Garments of Christ
Proceeding to the Chapel of the dividing of the garments of Christ, we chant the following Troparia:
The Priest censes, and the Deacon entones the entreaty, and the Priest entones the following prayer:
Holy King, compassionate and greatly-merciful, Son and Word of the living God, our Lord Jesus Christ, glory to Your dispensation for us, glory to Your utter compassion. You, Lord, choosing to suffer for the world, were stripped naked by the soldiers, Who clothes the whole earth with flowers, and Your garments were divided there by the soldiers, Who before set aside the land of promise for the Hebrews. And those who had been the inheritors of Your great gifts and graces, cast lots for Your garment woven above, the ungrateful and thankless ones. But You, O long-suffering Lord, Who for us was stripped naked and accepted to transfixed naked upon the Cross, cloth us with the garment of salvation, vest us with the garment woven above of Your divine grace, and show us worthy to be inheritors of Your kingdom, that we may praise You in gratitude, and glorify You in thanksgiving unto the ages. Amen.
VII. The Cave and Chapel of the Finding of the Precious Cross, and Sts. Constantine and Helen
Going out to the church of the God-crowned Kings, or the Holy Cave of the finding of the Precious Cross, we chant the following Troparia:
The Priest censes, and the Deacon entones the entreaty, and the Priest entones the following prayer:
Our Lord Jesus Christ, the only-begotten Son and Word of Your pre-beginningless [προανάρχου] and co-eternal Father, Holy King, All-compassionate and Greatly-merciful One, at Whose name every knee bends in heaven, on earth and below the earth, and Who is confessed by every tongue, that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father. You, O Lord, became like us, with the exception of sin, and through Your Precious Cross tore asunder the handwriting of our sins, look down upon us who are standing in this Holy and venerated cave, where Your Life-giving and precious Cross, which your crucifiers hid in wrath, was found by the divine queen Helen, who was seeking it with fervor, and which she venerated in fear, look down upon us and be gracious to us, O Lord. Guide our lives, make good our ways, direct our actions, and strengthen us against visible and invisible foes by Your precious Cross. And though the prince of this world, seeing You raised upon the Cross, was driven out, deliver us from his traps, and make us worthy of that joy, which the blessed Helen had when she found Your Precious and Life-giving Cross. Grant, O Lord, Your church harmony and unity, kings rule and peace, rulers unity-of-mind, and all Your people an untroubled and peaceful life. Those who take up the light weight of Your Cross, O Lord, make worthy to follow You in a good and pure life. And for those who follow You the Way and the Truth in obedience and to be crucified with You, deaden the pleasures of life. Through the intercessions of Your All-spotless Mother, by the power of Your Precious and Life-giving Cross, through the intercessions of the glorious and Godly-crowned great rulers Constantine and Helen, and all Your Saints. Amen.
VIII. The Chapel of the Crown of Thorns
We proceed then to the Chapel of the crown of Thorns, chanting the following Troparia:
Deacon: And that we may be deemed worthy to hear the Holy Gospel [let us entreat the Lord our God.
Lord have mercy. (x3)
Deacon: Wisdom, arise, let us hear the Holy Gospel...]
Priest: Peace be unto all. The reading is from the Gospel of St. Matthew (27:27-32).
Deacon: Let us be attentive.
Then the governor's soldiers took Jesus into the Praetorium and gathered the whole company of soldiers around him. They stripped him and put a scarlet robe on him, and then twisted together a crown of thorns and set it on his head. They put a staff in his right hand and knelt in front of him and mocked him. "Hail, king of the Jews!" they said. They spit on him, and took the staff and struck him on the head again and again. After they had mocked him, they took off the robe and put his own clothes on him. Then they led him away to crucify him. As they were going out, they met a man from Cyrene, named Simon, and they forced him to carry the cross.
Glory to Your forbearance, O Lord, glory to You.
And the Deacon entones the entreaty, and the Priest entones the following prayer:
Lover of man, lover of goodness, All-holy, Most-compassionate Lord Jesus Christ our God, our ransom and mercy, our salvation and re-creation, Who passively accepted the passion, Who are dispassionate in Godhead, deliver us from the influences of the enemy, and drive away from us the wrath of Your anger, You Who forbore for us the ridicule of wearing the scarlet robe, cloth us in the stole of incorruption, You Who accepted the crown of thorns upon Your all-holy head, the head of the body of the Church, crown us with Your compassions, and bless the crown of the year, You Who took the reed in Your right hand as a scepter, the King of all, raise us from the vanity of the world with the reed of Your grace, You Who endured spittings and slaps for us, show us worthy to endure every influence and the evil one. Through the intercessions of Your All-holy and Most-pure Mother, and all Your Saints. Amen.
Being defiled as I am by unknown darkness, O my Christ, I fall below Your feet, You Who make darkness Your hiding place. Having made Yourself known to us, we behold You, and we glorify Your passion.
You were nailed to the tree naked, O my Redeemer, that You might array me in the garment of incorruption, of which I the wretched one was stripped of, for the former disobedience.
You thirsted, O Savior of mankind, to bestow salvation, for on earth, You were not parted from the Father's bosom, and You voluntarily suffered the passion, to deliver all from the passions.
You descended to earth, O Savor, that You might raise me up. You ascended the Cross, that I might be exalted. And You descended to hades, that You might deliver me.
You wished to give life, O Merciful One, to him who was formerly put to death through the council of the evil one, along with all mortal nature. You were put to death on the Cross, and through this granted life.
Being utterly dispassionate in Godhead, O my Christ, the Hebrews in wrath condemned You to death in the flesh, and crucified You senselessly in this place, O Savior.
Son and Word of God, creation, beholding You stretched out upon the Cross, and suffering on behalf of Your servants, was struck with fear, and suffered with You, the Creator.
That You might seek us out who are lost, O Merciful One, You emptied Yourself, taking the form of a servant willingly, and having found the lost sheep, placed it upon Your shoulders, offering it to Your Father.
You Who created this world, and adorned it supernaturally, were unadorned therefore upon the Corss, not having any beauty that we might look upon. You were nailed, O Live-giver, that You might deliver the world.
Your divine side was pierced by the lance by the Judeans, and ineffably poured forth from them blood and water, O my Savior: two streams of incorruption, for those who faithfully hymn You.
The middle curtain of the Temple was rent, O Savior, as were the rocks, and the sun was darkened, and all the earth shook, as You were lifted upon the cross.
You were seen dead upon the tree of Your own will, O my Redeemer, being immortal in nature, that You might grant immortal life to we who are dead.
O my forbearing Jesus, You were nailed to the Cross, that we might be delivered from the bitter taste of that former tree. We glorify Your passion, and we honor Your Cross.
They who once drank sweet water from the rock, offered You bitter drink, O forbearing Word of God. Glory to Your passion, O Savior, and to Your Holy Crucifixion.
The children of those who had killed the prophets, in wrath placed You between two thieves, O Savior, condemning You as a criminal. We glorify Your passion, and Your utter compassion in fervor.
Having not understood the Prophets, the Judeans nailed You to the tree, O Savior, lawlessly. We glorify Your passion, and we venerate Your Cross.
You Who suspended the earth amidst the waters, O Word, were hung upon the tree by the murderers of the righteous ones, who offered You scorn, wagging their heads.
Not being able to bear the sight of Your unjust crucifixion, the earth wished to swallow-up Your crucifiers. But at Your command, O Forbearing One, it was held back.
You were lifted up upon the tree, O Savior, between two criminals: one who blasphemed You, and was justly condemned, while the other confessed You, and was saved through the “Remember me.”
All creation was struck with fear, seeing You outstretched upon the tree, dead and breathless, and suffering on behalf of Your servants, You Who are dispassionate according to Your nature.
You tasted gall and vinegar, O Forbearing One, to water us with the sweet rivers of incorruption. Glory to Your passion, O Savior, and Your holy Crucifixion.
Your life, O Savior, was willingly given up as a ransom, and You willed to die, Who are immortal in nature, deliver us from death by Your death, O Compassionate One.
O inexpressible condescension! O utter love for man! You O Savior Who once fashioned man with Your own hand, how do you willingly suffer for him, and forbear and withstand?
O greatly-compassionate Savior, we who honor Your passion, with Your righteous Thief number us, and save us, O Compassionate one, through the intercessions of the Theotokos, and all Your Saints.
And the Priest censes.
The People: Lord have mercy.(3)...
The People: Glory to Your forbearance, O Lord, glory to You!