The ‘Daily Office’ is an Episcopal way to pray. It comes from the Book of Common Prayer, a book containing forms of worship and prayer that Christians across the world have been using for hundreds of years.
The Daily Office is a set of four prayers that are said throughout the course of a day – Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, Evening Prayer, and Compline. Incorporating communal and personal, ancient and contemporary, prescribed and spontaneous prayers, there is something for everyone in the Office.
Praying the Office can be transformative. It can introduce you to a new concept of time: a life no longer determined by the hectic schedule of class, study, class, study but centered of God’s time, where seasons come and seasons go but the Lord remains the same.
Try it out. And see how it changes you.