Daily Worship

Click here for our statement about the return to Corporate Worship.

The heart of formation at Nashotah House is the round of daily worship, which takes place every day of the year. As the Prayer Book directs, “the Holy Eucharist, the principal act of Christian worship on the Lord’s Day and other major Feasts, and Daily Morning and Evening Prayer…are the regular services appointed for public worship.” All services are public and visitors are welcome. Look for the bulletin, Prayer Book, and Hymnals inside the entrance to the chapel to help guide you through each liturgy. Hymn boards list the hymns, service music, and psalms appointed for each liturgy. Special visitor bulletins are available just inside the entrance to the chapel from the Chapter Room.



  • 4:30 pm Evening Prayer  |  Holy Eucharist 


  • 7:45 am Morning Prayer  |  Sung Holy Eucharist 
  • 4:30 pm Evensong 


  • 7:45 am Morning Prayer |  Sung Holy Eucharist 
  • 4:30 pm Evensong 


  • 7:45 am Morning Prayer  |  Sung Holy Eucharist 
  • 4:30 pm Evensong
  • 5:15 pm Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament (when classes are in session)

When classes are in session:

  • 7:45 am Sung Matins
  • 4:30 pm Evening Prayer 
  • 5:00 pm Solemn High Eucharist 


  • 7:45 am Morning Prayer  |  Sung Holy Eucharist 
  • 4:30 pm Evening Prayer 


  • 7:45 am Morning Prayer   |  Holy Eucharist
  • 4:30 pm Evening Prayer 

To listen to recordings of the Daily Office at Nashotah House, click here.

All services are spoken, unless indicated otherwise. All liturgies are celebrated according to The Book of Common Prayer (1979).   

All services take place in the Chapel of St. Mary the Virgin (#7 on the campus map), except during the summer months, when services are held in the Red Chapel - St. Sylvanus Chapel (#11 on the campus map).





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