Below are the elements of the daily service used in Nichiren Shu. This is based on the Dharma book but I have taken the liberty of making some minor revisions to reflect my translation preferences.

Daily Service – below are links to each part. An explanation of them can be found here.

Bowing to the Three Treasures - (optional) Showing deep reverence for Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha.

Three Treasures - (optional) Expressing faith in the Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha.

Invocation – Honoring and inviting the Three Treasures to be present.

Verses for Opening the Sutra – Appreciating the opportunity to encounter and hear the Dharma.

Passage from Chapter 2 of the Lotus Sutra: Shindoku or English

Verses of Chapter 16 of the Lotus Sutra (Juryo-hon Jigage) Shindoku or English

Devotion or “Directing Thoughts” - (optional) a reflection on the meaning of Odaimoku.

Recitation of Odaimoku (Sacred Title): Namu Myoho Renge Kyo. It should sound like this or maybe this or even this. I am also rather partial to this due to the drumbeat used (the “country rhythm” as I have been told it is called).

Difficulty of Retaining the Sutra - (optional) a passage from chapter 11 wherein the Buddha commends us for upholding the Lotus Sutra.

Perfect and Sudden Tranquility and Insight – (optional) sometimes recited instead of Difficulty of Retaining the Sutra after Odaimoku chanting. It is a passage from Kuan-ting’s introduction to T’ien-t’ai Chih-i’s Great Concentration and Insight (C. Moho Chikuan; J. Maka Shikan).

Prayer or Dedication of Merits - the dedication of the merits of our practice for the welfare and liberation of all beings.

Four Great Vows – the bodhisattva vows.