Central to Anglican prayer is the Daily Office, which is one of the ways that Christians have prayed for centuries. The Daily Office is based on the ancient practice of prescribed daily times of prayer. These services are accompanied by daily Scripture readings, which include a reading from the Psalms, Old Testament, the New Testament, and a Gospel reading. We value this tradition and offer Morning and Evening Prayer every weekday. We primarily use the 2019 ACNA Book of Common Prayer.
- Morning Prayer: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. Richard Allen Chapel
- Evening Prayer: Monday-Friday 4:30 p.m. Richard Allen Chapel
Importance of Praying the Daily Office
Major Elements of Morning and Evening Prayer
Students are invited to take part in a brief Eucharist service in Richard Allen Chapel at 12pm on Thursday.
The monthly Anglican gathering meets throughout the semester usually on the first Tuesday of the month to discuss a variety of topics pertaining to global Anglicanism. We will host different speakers from around the Anglican world and allow time for lively discussion. Everyone is invited to join this time of discussion. All of these events are free. For more information on any of these events, email email@example.com.
Exploring Anglicanism Conference
Asbury Anglican Studies and Formation offers an Exploring Anglicanism Conference in March or April each year that offers educational teaching and formation practices in this timeless tradition. Speakers will include nationally and internationally recognized leaders in the Anglican Church, Doctors Bevins and Matlock as well as local Anglican clergy.