Pray with Us Daily

Join Christ-followers around the world in praying the “hours” of prayer from wherever you are. This is an ancient way of daily orienting ourselves around God’s continual loving presence. Download Common Word + Common Prayer which includes short forms for four times of daily prayer and a two year reading plan (or choose one of the links to prayer below).

Or, download the complete 2019 Book of Common Prayer, which includes a Scripture reading plan called the Daily Office Lectionary (page 734ff). The D.L.O. takes you through the Bible in two years and includes readings from the Old Testament, Psalms, New Testament Letters and Gospels.

Monastery Day

How do we live a peaceful life in this chaotic world? Join us at the Abbey for a day of prayer and creation care, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm on the second Saturday of the month (not every month). See the Calendar page for the 2024 dates. See the daily schedule below.

Bring your lunch, Bible, journal (and work gloves if you’d like to garden with us).

Monastery Day Schedule

  • 9:00 am Gather
  • 9:15 am Morning Corporate Prayer
  • 9:30 to 11:30 am Silent Prayer and Reflection (or silent work around the Abbey)
  • 11:30 am Midday Corporate Prayer
  • 11:45 am to 12:30 pm Lunch (Bring your lunch)
  • 12:30 to 2:45 pm Silent work around the Abbey (or silent prayer and reflection)
  • 2:45 pm Closing Corporate Prayer

“Prayer is not primarily saying words or thinking thoughts. It is, rather, a stance. It’s a way of living in the Presence, living in awareness of the Presence, and even of enjoying the Presence.”

richard rohr

About Trinity Lakeside

A peaceful, contemplative community where weary souls find renewal and rest in Jesus.

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Trinity Lakeside Abbey

170 South Woodland Trail

Double Oak, TX 75077

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Trinity Lakeside is affiliated with C4SO (Churches for the Sake of Others), an Anglican diocese built on five key values: Kingdom, Spirit, Formation, Mission, and Sacrament.

The Diocese of C4SO is in the province of the ACNA (Anglican Church in North America).

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