daily prayer and prayer resources on the internet
Steve Benner and Simon KershawA valuable source of liturgical material, oremus is a form of daily Christian prayer published on the Internet, and also contains various other resources for prayer and worship.
oremus follows a common pattern for daily prayer, used by various groups for nearly two thousand years. The heart of the office is the recitation of the psalter and the reading of the bible, with prayers of thanksgiving and intercession. oremus normally consists of an opening formula, including a short sentence from a non-scriptural source, then the psalm and bible reading. This is usually followed by a hymn and then the prayers concluding with a collect and the Lord's Prayer. Finally comes a concluding sentence.
¤ An Anglican Liturgical Library - a collection of authorized and other texts used in the Church of England and in the wider Anglican Communion and elsewhere.
¤ Anglican Online Hymnal - contains texts and MIDI files of tunes used in much of the English-speaking world, with particular emphasis on the Anglican tradition.
¤ oremus Bible Browser - a simple interface to the New Revised Standard Version and Authorized Version (or King James Version) of the Bible, and several versions of the psalms.
¤ Labarum Collection - ready to print church services for use in parish and chaplaincy.
Resources for Use in Services
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