Pray with Us Daily from wherever you are

Praying the hours of prayer is an ancient way of orienting ourselves around God’s continual presence throughout the day. We join Christ-followers all over the world in daily praying Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer (from wherever you are). Download the guide Common Word + Common Prayer which includes a two-year Scripture reading plan and short forms for daily Morning, Midday, Evening and Bedtime Prayer (Compline). Daily prayers are meant to be prayed in community: we encourage you to invite a friend, coworker or family member to join you!

If you prefer, this link takes you to a longer, more traditional version of the Liturgy of the Daily Office. This site updates daily all the prayers and scripture readings and is customizable to your preferences.

Or, click the following link to the ACNA website to download the complete 2019 Book of Common Prayer.

Monastery Day

“Prayer, work, and holy leisure [lectio divina] are the three legs that support the spiritual foundation of [monastic life]… Prayer makes us conscious of the presence of God, work makes us co-creators of the kingdom, holy leisure gives us time for the reflective reading of Scripture” (Joan Chittister). Join us at the Abbey for a day of prayer, silent work and Scripture meditation. Come for all or part of the day (schedule below). Bring your lunch, Bible, journal (and work gloves if you’d like to garden). Or, bring a personal art project to work on. See Calendar for all 2023 dates.

Monastic Day Schedule

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

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Trinity Lakeside is in 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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