Reflections for Daily Prayer 4+

The Church of England

Aimer Media Ltd.

Designed for iPad

    • 3.9 • 21 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Make Bible study and reflection part of your everyday routine with the Reflections for Daily Prayer app.

This easy to use daily prayer app is based on the only Bible reading notes designed specifically for the Church of England by Church House Publishing. Following the Common Worship lectionary, the Reflections for Daily Prayer app allows you to read and reflect every day on the same passages as thousands of Anglicans worldwide.

To explore this prayer time app, download this free app with sample of Reflections for Daily Prayer for free including this week's reflections. To continue getting your daily reflection choose from a weekly, monthly or annual subscription for six daily bible reflections a week (Monday to Saturday).
The app is free to download, you get Reflections every day for one week of six reflections free and you also have access to the previous two weeks worth
- All subscriptions are auto-renewing
- Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase
- Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period
- Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal
- Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase
- Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable

Each day contains
- Full lectionary details for Morning Prayer from Common Worship
- A reflection on a Bible reading
- A Collect (prayer)
- Option to read reflection within "Simple Morning Prayer" format

The daily reflections are written by leading authors and theologians from around the world, including Alan Bartlett, Rosalind Brown, Steven Croft, Malcolm Guite, Sue Hope, John Kiddle, Jane Leach, Jan McFarlane, Barbara Mosse, David Moxon, Martyn Percy, Ben Quash, Angela Tilby and Jane Williams.

Destined to be one of the most widely used prayer apps available, the Reflections for Daily Prayer app has a number of unique features not found in other prayer apps. For instance, you can:

- Browse reflections by date, author and Bible reading
- Read in scroll or paged formats
- Bookmark your favourite daily entries for easy reference
- See reflections for the week ahead
- Follow Bible reference links to the online Oremus Bible Browser (NRSV) - no need for a separate Bible app

The Reflections for Daily Prayer app is published by Church House Publishing, the official publisher of the Church of England. For more information visit or

Terms of service can be found at

“Reflections is proving just the right sort of biblical personal trainer for thousands of Christians,” Tom Wright.

What’s New

Version 1.8.4

Added Data From Advent 2022 to Eve of Advent 2023.

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

rmw3 ,

Good, but prayers not accessible

I like this app a lot. I’ve been using daily for well over a year now. Thoughtful, helpful reflections, and the biblical text does not rely on an external browser. My only criticism is that the prayers are written archaically, with split infinitives and grammar that is generally circuitous and hard to access. Can you please write them in a normal way?
Finally, can we please have a dark mode for the reflections to supplement the dark mode in the scripture window?

Fieldtrotter ,

Fails to function smoothly

I have used the paper version of ‘Reflections’ for a number of years, and have found it useful. I’d hoped for an equally satisfactory experience from the app. It’s a shame, then, that there are so many irritations. Firstly, the app intermittently seems to lose my subscription, so telling me that I am on the last reading. I can’t move on to the next day or use the table of contents to look further ahead. If I delete and re- install, the problem is solved briefly but not permanently. My most recent installation, today, seems to have lost the link to the Bible reading. The message displayed is that the link to Safari is broken. So frustrating! It will be back to the paper version next year.

Toby0R ,

Contemplation but help for newbie

I like this app - I’m not a practicing “anything” or a bible-basher and was curious after an advert appeared on my Facebook feed. I really like the thoughtfulness of the approach to the bible, but could really do with a glossary section to help me understand some key Christian terms used. I will google for now, but it would be nice to have such terms hyperlinked within the app. Overall, it’s helped me look at the bible in a new way and reflect on deeper meanings without all the smoke and mirrors.

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