Daily Prayer: from the CofE

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About this app

Find complete services for Morning, Evening and Night Prayer from the Church of England with this official Daily Prayer app.

From the earliest days of Christianity, Christians have gathered at regular times each day and night to read the Bible, praise God and pray for the world. Daily Prayer helps the Christians of today take part in this regular pattern of worship.

For every day of the year, it presents material for Morning, Evening and Night Prayer in both contemporary (Common Worship) and traditional (Book of Common Prayer) forms. All services are provided in full and include Bible readings (NRSV translation), psalms, canticles and seasonal variations.

The app also allows you to:

- Access Morning, Evening and Night Prayer for yesterday, today and a month ahead
- Switch between Contemporary and Traditional formats with one click
- Increase/reduce the type-size of all services

The app is free to download and includes free access to online material up to one month in advance. To view material offline and access to material up to 12 months in advance, a small annual subscription fee applies.

Other features of the app include:

- Details of the Feast Days, Festivals and Commemorations from the Common Worship Calendar
- Full readings (NRSV translation) without the need for a separate Bible app
- Easy access to alternative texts within the app in simple pop-up windows
- Clear, clean, elegant typography that mirrors closely the award-winning Common Worship design.

Daily Prayer is the first official app to allow easy and elegant access to the hugely popular Daily Prayer feed from the Church of England website. It is published by Church House Publishing, the official publisher of the Church of England. For more information visit www.chpublishing.co.uk


Terms of service can be found at http://aimermedia.com/chp-tos/

Daily Prayer is the latest app in a range of official Church of England apps developed with Aimer Media, links to which can be found within the app and at http://aimermedia.com/client/church-of-england/ .
Updated on
Sep 9, 2022

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4.7
726 reviews
William Blue
October 13, 2021
I love the app (4 stars)! 5 suggestions for th: 1. Provide a search function. 2. Provide a recording for the compline. 3. Provide a recording for traditional rite. 4. Make the audio player a header that remains in place as the user scrolls down the page while reading. This way, if the user is interrupted he can pause without losing his place on the reading. 5. Allow the content to rotate to landscape when the mobile rotates.
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Chris Beauchamp
September 9, 2022
Update 09/09/22: you have updated the Offices but not the State Prayers! This is an excellent app. I would ask if the BCP lectionary could be an option please, and also an option to have the daily psalms on Sunday instead of the CW lectionary ones.
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Aimer Media
August 6, 2019
We will pass this on.
A Google user
October 23, 2019
Great, simple little app - perfect for the purpose. Only one complaint: 'contemporary' is misspelled in the menu as 'comtemporary'! Would it be possible also to include an option in a future release to be able to 'turn pages' of the prayer services rather than scroll, e.g. tap the right side of the screen to 'turn a page' to advance through the service, as one can do on a Kindle or other e-reader? Scrolling is a little bit distracting sometimes.
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What's new

Minor amendments to both Traditional and Contemporary Language services following the death of Queen Elizabeth II on 8 September 2022 and the Accession of King Charles III.