The Orthodox Church has never formally determined a particular number of Sacraments.
Orthodoxy does not view this Sacrament as available only to those who are near death. It is offered to all who are sick in body, mind, or spirit.
The Holy Spirit preserved the continuity of the Church through the Sacrament of Holy Orders.
Since Marriage is not viewed as a legal contract, there are no vows in the Sacrament.
Confession is the Sacrament through which our sins are forgiven, and our relationship to God and to others is restored and strengthened.
Chrismation, which is often referred to as one's personal Pentecost, is the Sacrament which imparts the Spirit in a special way.
The Sacrament of Baptism incorporates us into the Church, the Body of Christ, and is our introduction to the life of the Holy Trinity.
Orthodox Christians fully participate in the celebration of the Liturgy when they receive the Body and Blood of the Lord Jesus in Holy Communion, as the Lord Himself commands (John 6:53).