Taizé Worship Wednesday evenings at 7:45pm in the chapel on March 27, April 3, and April 10th.
A Taizé service is a service of song and silence, prayer, readings and scripture that hope to lead participants to reflect in silence on their relationship with God and with one another.
Music repeats several times, beginning with a simple melody that we sing together. Sometimes it builds as it progresses. If an instrument or soloist joins the music, you can continue singing, noticing how that part fits with yours. If you would sometimes prefer to quit singing and experience the music as an observer, please do.
Texts are short and reflective as well. It is always good to think about a reading, but Taizé invites you to feel a reading and to interact with it. Prayers are invitational and conversational. You are not addressing a faraway being, but entering a dialogue with the living present Christ. Silence is intentional, and can be seen as opportunities to wonder or to consider the words or music you have heard. If a silence feels too long, you might ponder the bulletin cover or focus on the flickering candles.
Dinner Church will be Sunday, March 17th at 6pm! Join us for food and conversation. We hope to see you there!
Eat, Play, Love will be Sunday, March 10th! Come from breakfast at 8:30, and then if you have children under 12(ish), bring them to stories and play at 9!
Join us this Sunday for Eat, Play, Love! Rumor is that there will be waffles at Breakfast for All at 8:30 am, everyone is welcome to join in! At 9, Stories and Play will begin for families with kiddos under 12!