The daily offices have been a foundational part of Anglican spiritual life since at least the time of the Reformation. These prayer services include readings from the Psalms, the Old and New Testaments, and are suitable for any gathering of Christians, ranging from congregational worship to individuals devotional life.
Daily Offices from the 2019 ACNA Book of Common Prayer
Last year, our province approved its own prayer book. Doing the daily offices in the ACNA 2019 BCP gives you a chance to pray along with other Anglicans across our denomination.
- There is a easy to use website that will allow you to use the ACNA’s Daily Office right in your web browser.
- If you want the experience of reading from the prayer book itself, you can order once they are back in stock. Until then, you can start to get used to the book itself by downloading a digital copy of the prayer book.
All Souls has historically used Common Worship, from the Church of England, as the basis for our liturgies. If you’d prefer to read the daily offices from those liturgies, check out the resources below:
- You can access the text of the daily offices online by clicking the links below:
Here are a few other resources that you can use in your own practice of daily prayer:
- If you’d like to take a look at a calendar of the daily Bible readings, click here.
- You can download a digital copy of our own seasonal prayer booklet here.
- Some of the liturgies at Every Moment Holy are free to download.
- Pray as you go is a short, daily podcast that walks you through a contemplative prayer exercise.