In the Second English Prayer Book (1552), the morning service was given its present name, Morning Prayer. It follows a simple shape, combining prayers, psalms and Bible passages in an offering of thanksgiving with prayer for the new day and a commitment … Bishop: May ods grace and peace be with you. This gives the Anglican Office its distinctive character. Luke 24: 34 SENTENCES OF SCRIPTURE A sentence of scripture may be read from those provided on pages 78-82. On Easter Day Christ is risen.

MORNING PRAYER DAILY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR The Gathering of God’s People Stand The Greeting is said. All: May God fill our hearts with joy.

A Service of Morning Prayer for Sunday May, 17 2020 Adapted from Common Worship, Church of England The Anglican Diocese of Niagara Called to Life – Compelled to Love WELCOME GATHERING Bishop: Alleluia!

A hymn may be sung. An order of Morning or Evening Prayer for use by Churchwardens and Lay Leaders of Worship GUIDANCE NOTES. 2 Some notes for guidance Worship is the core activity of hristians, who regularly gather together to offer praise and prayer to God. The Officiant begins the service with one or more of these sentences of Scripture, or with the versicle "Lord, open our lips" on page 80. Alleluia! The service leader presents our thank offering to God.

But the Office as a whole was revised around the importance of regular recitation of the Psalter, reading of the whole of Scripture, and set prayer. All: The Lord is Risen indeed. On occasion, the clergyperson or Reader intended to lead a service, for whatever reason, is unexpectedly not able to come. Thomas Cranmer's revision of the Daily Office for the first English Prayer Book (1549) reduced the number of services to two-one for morning (Matins) and one for evening (Evensong or vespers). Morning Prayer was based upon the Medieval office of Matins together with elements from Prime. Evening Prayer was, in its essence, a combination of Vespers and Compline. Advent Watch , for you know not when the master of the house will come, in the evening, or at midnight, or at cockcrow, or in the morning; lest he come suddenly and find you asleep. Amen.

The Lord is risen indeed. Daily Morning Prayer: Rite Two. The Lord be with you and also with you.
Alleluia! Christ is Risen. Morning Prayer is a short (15 minute), spoken, contemporary-language service at the beginning of the day. The Grace: The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit, be with us all, evermore.

The minister may introduce the service in …