The Daily Office is the backbone of the Episcopal Christian life. Distilled by Thomas Cranmer from the eight monastic offices in the 1549 Book of Common Prayer, it offers a way of turning to God morning and evening. You can find resources below to aid you in praying the daily office. Learn more.
Mission st. Claire ONline Readings
The Mission of St. Clare is an ecumenical website offering Morning and Evening Prayer using the order set out in The Book of Common Prayer. It is a free resource that allows anyone to follow the Daily Office readings online. It was created in 1995 by a group of passionate laity in Silicon Valley to facilitate worship for people whose schedules make attending services difficult. Using the 1979 Book of Common Prayer, Mission St. Clare provides complete services of the daily office to its many users. Mission St. Clare assembles the Daily office by integrating feast day information, daily readings, a cycle of prayer, and weekly collects into the services of Morning and Evening prayer.
Get the Mission St. Claire App
Mission St. Clare was one of the first websites dedicated to bringing the daily office to people online and is now available on your iPhone and iPad. The mission of Mission St. Clare is to facilitate the use of the daily office and allowing its users to focus on developing a life of daily prayer.