Devotions and readings suggested for daily meditation and prayer
Lectionary readings provide a disciplined way to read through the Bible. These readings are available for both lectionary cycles, the Sunday and festival readings and the daily readings.
Read the lectionary online
Two lectionary options are provided on this site: the two-year Daily Lectionary from the Book of Common Worship (BCW) and the three-year Revised Common Lectionary (RCL) for Sundays and festivals.”
Read today’s Daily Lectionary reading and find previous and future readings.
Read this week’s Revised Common Lectionary reading for Sundays and festivals.
Print the lectionary readings
Download printable lectionary reading lists.
Subscribe by email
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Hear the Word
Weekly Revised Common Lectionary podcast of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Listen to lectionary readings for Sundays and festivals. Subscribe to "Hear the Word."
Get the Daily Prayer app
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Frequently asked questions
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Publish the lectionary
Publish an RSS feed of daily readings on your own website. Learn more.
Daily Devotions for Living by Faith
A quarterly magazine featuring daily meditations and devotions written by clergy and lay leaders that continues to be the source of comfort and hope throughout the world. Learn more about These Days.
A Year with the Bible
This handy pocket-sized book is ideal for personal study. Daily Bible reading, prayers and scripture passages are brought together for use throughout the entire calendar year.
Learn more about A Year with the Bible.
Sermon Illustrations, Mission Stories
Explore missional connections to the Revised Common Lectionary with lectionary-based stories from PC(USA) mission co-workers. Each one illustrates a Sunday New Testament reading.