Prayer and worship have always been a part of the lives of God’s people. The most basic form of this for Christians is on Sunday morning, when believers from all over gather together to sing common songs, pray common prayers, eat the same Lord’s Supper, hear the same Word preached, and celebrate the same holy seasons and days. And, for most strands of Christendom, other times of weekly and daily prayer and worship have been seen as vital and necessary for living a faithful life of discipleship.
This guide is an entrance into that experience — of common prayer and worship. Here you will find a daily liturgy for morning and evening prayer. It is a holy and unifying experience to know that you, your local congregation, and the Church of Jesus around the world are worshiping together in a common way at any given time, whether gathered or scattered.