Has anyone else created a BCP adaptation for private use?

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    Your link is of no use to anyone who does not have a Google account.
     
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    I just saw that this forum allows you to upload files! I was looking for a way to share this without also sharing my identity!
     

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    Wow what a hefty document! And it’s a real blessing for someone like me who is still growing in and learning about the Anglican tradition to see how others apply the BCP for individual use.

    My own daily prayers have been evolving with the Common Worship Daily Prayer book, which I use in conjunction with the lectionary. I have the physical books, but does anyone use the apps for these and would you recommend them?
     
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    Without scrolling through all 568 pages can you inform us how this has been personalised for your use? Did you spend time creating this yourself or did you use some app in order to do it?
     
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    Thank you for sharing this!
     
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    The C of E website can serve up the Common Worship-style daily prayer with full Psalms and readings, I think. Have you checked it out?
     
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    The ACNA has a great app and website for the daily office.
    https://www.dailyoffice2019.com/
     
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    Absolutely. The bulk of it is the 1928 BCP, less the episcopal and pastoral offices. I folded all the seasonal stuff in with the Collects, Epistles, and Gospels to minimize page flipping and searching, and I made it the size of a Gideons pocket NT to fit nicely on a phone screen. The Occasional Prayers section has stuff from several sources, and a few that I made up as well.

    I also included some hymns and notes about things. My personal copy also has stuff for my anniversary, and a few extra names in the sanctoral.
     
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    Is it this one?

    https://daily.commonworship.com/

    Excellent rec, thank you! I’m slightly concerned that using a mobile might be a bit distracting but I’m going to give it a try since it seems very idiot-proof :D

    Thank you! Does ACNA use its own lectionary?
     
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    Updated again, now with more hymns!
     

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