The Taize service was conceived in the 1940’s during the Second World War. Brother Roger w
Janted to provide a place of safety and sheltering for refugees fleeing the war. People from all walks of life and all faiths were welcomed in Taize, and the tradition continues to this day throughout the world blessing every person who feels the need for safety and connection.
The Taize consists of an hour of music, meditation, prayer, chants, candle lighting and inspirational readings. Following the Taize, the option of walking the Labyrinth will be offered.
The focus of this Taize is Love.