- https://www.northumbriacommunity.org/offices/how-to-use-daily-office/ (available in print)
- http://commonprayer.net (available in print)
- https://www.bookofcommonprayer.net (available in print)
Phone Apps Related to Prayer
- Reimagining Examen
- Centering Prayer
- Daily Prayer with the Corrymeela Community, Padraig O’Tuama (Norwich, Canterbury Press), 2017.
- The Rhythm of Life: Celtic Daily Prayer, David Adam (Morehouse Publishing), 2007
- Celtic Prayers from Iona, J. Philip Newell (Paulist Press), 1997.
- This Day: A Wesleyan Way of Prayer, Laurence Hull Stookey (Abingdon Press), 2004
- Celtic Daily Prayer (Vol. 1 and 2), The Northumbria Community
- Common Prayer: A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals, Shane Claiborne and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove (also available as a pocket edition)
A Simple Order of Daily Prayer:
Daily prayer should not be overly complicated. If you don’t have a book or other resource, follow a simple pattern like the one below.
Words of Affirmation:
Morning: God, I begin this day with you! I lift up my voice in praise.
Mid-Day: God, I pause and turn to you in the midst of this day. Your glory fills this day.
Evening/Night: God, I finish this day in your presence. Be with me in the rest of this night.
Prayer of Thanksgiving: Thank God for the new day ahead, for God’s presence with you in the events of life.
Prayer of Confession: Ask God’s forgiveness for where you have been unkind, been self-
centered, greedy, or any other way you may have intentionally or unintentionally caused harm.
Prayers of Concern: Lift up concerns for self and others, holding them before God’s tender grace and care.
Sending Forth: God, as this time of prayer ends, may I walk with you through this day/night.
May I ever remain in your presence. Amen.