Prayer During the Day
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Prayer During the Day is a liturgy of the Church of England from the service book Common Worship. Along with Night Prayer (or "Compline"), it is a daily prayer service to supplement Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer, the only daily prayer services provided for by the Book of Common Prayer. The Church of England's own literature outlines several different methods for its use, one of which suggests that it is equivalent to the monastic offices of Terce, Sext, and None.
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