Pray “Daily Office”

The earliest Christians, following the practice of their Jewish forebears, had a rhythm of daily prayer that involved starting and ending the day (and perhaps a short mid-day prayer too) with readings, songs (especially the Psalms) and prayer.  We tend to associate that pattern (sometimes called “office”) of daily prayer with monastic life, and for centuries monasteries kept this pattern alive.  More recently, “ordinary” Christians are discovering the power of praying at set times of the day in a pattered way.  Learn more about praying daily office here.

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