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Praying Online

Praying Online

There are now many possibilities for praying or finding a meditation with the aid of daily or weekly devotionals in your email or on the web.  Here a few options to explore!

Daily Office Online
The Online Daily Office is a ministry of The Mission of St. Clare.  You can pray the Daily Office in Rite I or Rite II, in English or en Espanol.  This site includes the Office in various formats.
Daily Prayer Online
The services of Morning Prayer, Evening Prayer and Night Prayer for today, tomorrow and yesterday are available online to help you find time for God during your day. From the Church of England.
Forward Day by Day
Wake up each morning to a meditation waiting in your inbox. Daily emails include links to the daily lectionary readings, prayers for that day, interactive discussion options, and more.
Geranium Farm eMos
A ministry started by Episcopal priest Barbara Cawthorne Crafton. Almost every day, you can receive a brief meditation (eMos) via e-mail to help you start your day with thoughtfulness.
An Invitation to Prayer
“Praying together for peace, justice and reconciliation.” From the Church of England.
Oremus - Let Us Pray
Oremus is a place of prayer on the Internet, including resources for daily prayer, other worship, and a comprehensive compilation of hymns, and liturgical texts, old and new.
Praying the Divine Hours
Pray the Divine Hours online, with a guide to the ancient practice of fixed-hour prayer, essays on prayer, and a forum to make prayer requests online. From ExploreFaith.org.
World Prayers
Great prayers written by the spiritual visionaries of our planet gathered into an online database representing all life affirming traditions. Sacred verses from divergent paths, voices, languages, cultures and heritages.