I think one of the greatest strengths and beauties of the Anglican faith is the Book of Common Prayer. In particular, i'd like to discuss The Daily Office. How many of you attend parishes that offer Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, Evening Prayer or Compline services or a combination of these? Are the Daily Office Services offered daily, weekly, a handful of times a year, or rarely ever at your parish? Speaking for my parish, we only have Morning or Evening prayer services offered a few times a year, generally during Holy Week and Christmas. I'd like to see these services offered more, but since we don't have these services very often it has led me to learn these prayer services on my own. I tend to pray the Noonday prayers, Evening Prayers and/or the Compline before bed. Generally i'm short on time in the morning and I tend to pray the brief morning Daily Devotions for Families or Individuals. I use the 1979 Prayer Book and have mainly used Rite II services. I find the prayer services to be soothing, humbling, and reflective. I think they are a great way for Anglicans do learn more about their faith and draw closer to God. So, how often do some of you pray The Daily Office and/or what services or combinations do you like to use (Rite I or II, 1979 Prayer Book or 1928)?