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Friday, June 13, 2008

Mobile Morning Prayer

Perhaps it's a sign of our hurried times. A long time ago Drew (or was it Fr. Daniel?) pointed out the convenience of the website The Daily and Occasional Offices (1928 Book of Common Prayer), because it presents the Psalm, Old Testament and New Testament readings as designated by the Lectionary, without requiring one to look them up, find them, place bookmarks, etc. Very convenient, which is why it's linked from the home page of St. Bartholomew's website (lower right corner, "Daily Offices Online").

All well and fine, but before the supper preceding the Evangelism Group's class Wednesday night, Matt noted that he now had the site bookmarked in the browser on his cellphone (or mobile or handy, whatever one calls it) for even more convenient access.

I had never thought of doing that, though I might try it on my Internet-enabled mobile also!

I guess this gives a whole new meaning to the term "cellphone service."


  • At 10:46 AM, Blogger The Miller Menagerie said…

    Something Drew and I keep talking about doing is having the morning and evening prayer service prepared as a podcast. That way, each day, a person would have an audio version of MP & EP, complete with canticles & sung psalm.

    Drew priced the equipment once, and it was a few thousands. Apple's Garage Band is sufficient for mixing, but it's mainly a good mic, with a good pop filter. It's a very easy endeavor, or is it ministry? :)


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