First I tap on the excellent contemporary Morning Prayer on The Church of England website here. If you prefer a traditional language rite, you can set that up as well here:
Notice you can also choose Evening and Night Prayer, both of which I also use—Evening Prayer most often in the church just before I go home for supper and Night Prayer at bed time.
I like the way all the elements in the office reflect the season in the church year without having to flip here and there.
I don't use the readings they provide. Theirs is a two reading lectionary for both Morning and Evening Prayer. I prefer a reading plan which covers the whole Bible so I use the St James Devotional Guide.
I use the free Logos for iPad app for my Bible reading each morning.
This excellent app syncs with the Logos Bible Software package I run on my MacBook which gives me tapping access to helpful notes and commentaries when I need them.
I enjoy that by using the iPad I don't have to be flipping from book to book. Liturgy, Psalms, canticles, Scripture, litanies, responses are all right there or a tap or two away. I find this a rich beginning to my day.
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