I currently have the great fortune to live in a parish where my local church offers spoken BCP Evening Prayer every day. However, in autumn, I will be moving to Scotland (either Edinburgh or Aberdeen). Upon researching the Episcopalian churches in those places, I've found that none of them seem to offer this. St. Mary's Cathedral in Edinburgh does offer choral evensong all days except Saturday and Thursday, but that isn't as much my cup of tea as the plain, spoken evening prayer. I shall greatly miss it. However, I would at least like to continue this devotional discipline in private. I'm also interested in taking up morning prayer, as well as the Sarum Rite Compline/Night Prayer endorsed by the Church of England. So, in short, I'd like to find out how to "properly" adapt the 1662 BCP orders for Morning and Evening Prayer, and the English-language Sarum Rite Compline, for individual use. Especially with regards to what I should do with the responsories (I mean, "The Lord be with me, and with my spirit" seems a bit silly to proclaim).