Taizé Worship - Sunday Morning

Betsy Towler speaks about the Taizé service

Sunday mornings, 9:00am - 9:30am, in the Sanctuary

Join in a service of quiet meditation, scripture reading, singing of chants and other simple repetitive hymns or songs, and prayer. A unique feature of Taizé is the substantial silent time for meditation. The third Sunday of each month is generally a communion service. Taizé worship originated with the Taizé community in France.

The Sunday morning Taizé service is planned and led by a lay group from the congregation on a rotating basis. Musical leadership is varied with guitar, organ, flute, and piano employed from one week to the next. The schedule for leadership is maintained by Peg Hulslander and Etta Barksdale. Generally attendance at the Sunday morning Taizé service runs from 15-25 participants. Feel free to drop in on this service at any time even if you don't plan to attend regularly.