Taizé Prayer

On the second Sunday, the evening service is called Taizé prayer. It comes from a place called Taizé in France, where people from all over the world make a pilgrimage throughout the year to pray together.

Taizé worship is especially designed for Christians of all backgrounds, ages and nationalities. It is therefore an informal service with Bible readings, simple sung chants and long periods of silent reflection.

We gather around the altar in candlelight, and the service is seated throughout. We aim for it to last around 50 mins.

If you would like to learn the songs before the service and enjoy some pre-service refreshments you are welcome to arrive from 5.15pm.

Please contact Julie McCann.