Daily Office Booklet 2022: January through April (Josh’s Last Booklet)


I’ve recently completed the latest edition of the Daily Office Booklet. This “volume” will take you from January through April 2022. Click the links below to download!

What started as an experiment to get my youth group students to do the Daily Office during Advent 2016 has blossomed into a resource that, as far as I can tell through anecdotal evidence, has helped make the Daily Office more accessible. It’s been a delight to hear from many people whose prayer lives have been enriched in some way by these booklets.


However, as I step away from my role as Managing Editor of Anglican Compass to pursue a career in software development, this will be the last such booklet that I produce.

To those who are interested in carrying this project forward, you are more than welcome to draw upon the 2021 Daily Office Booklets I produced (this link should give you access to all the files via Dropbox), adapting them for your personal use. Those files, plus the 2019 Book of Common Prayer online and the calendar available at The Lectionary Page, should be enough to allow anyone to create future Daily Office Booklets for use in their home, church, ministry, etc.

The rhythms and structures of the Daily Office have saved my prayer life at various point in the past. I pray that, even as my work on these booklets comes to an end, that they would continue to bear fruit for the kingdom of God into the future.

~ Josh

Published on

December 23, 2021


Joshua Steele

Josh Steele was the first Managing Editor of Anglican Compass. Learn more about him at joshuapsteele.com.

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