Morning Prayer: 1. Opening sentences of Scripture. You must read at least one of them and may read as many as you wish. 2. The Call to Confession. 3. The General Confession and Absolution. (Here, a layman would read the Collect for Trinity 23 rather than the absolution by the clergy.) 4. The Our Father. 5. A series of petitions and responses by the minister and congregation. 6. Venite. (Psalm 95) 7. The Psalms for the day. 8. The First Lesson. After this you get a choice. Some canticle should be read but you can choose between Te Deum or Benedicite. 9. The Second Lesson. Again, you have a choice of canticles: Benedictus or Jubilate Deo. 10. Apostle's Creed. (There are certain days of the year where it is appropriate to substitute the Athanasian Creed.) 11. A series of Petitions and responses, with the Our Father sandwiched in between. 12. The three collects. The first is the Collect of the Day, which is the Collect of the past Sunday unless the day is a Holy Day. Then the Collects for Peace and for Grace. 13. The closing prayers (5). This is where the Litany could be inserted. If the Litany is prayed, only the last two prayers need to be read: A Prayer of St. Crysostom and 2 Corinthians 13 (the Grace or Benediction). Evening Prayer follows the same format but is slightly shorter at the end and offers different canticles.