Taizé at the Pales – a day exploring and singing – March 17th.

A day exploring the exploring Taizé’s origins and teachings, led by Susie Ennals and Angela Coleridge.

Taizé is the name of a tiny village in the hills of Burgundy. It is also the home of an ecumenical community and a place where thousands have come for its inspiration. How has Taizé touched so many hearts? What can its music and prayer awaken in us as we find our own spiritual path? Come for a day to explore Taizé’s origins and teachings. Learn songs that carry its message of love, reconciliation and community. All are welcome, and no experience of the music is necessary.

Stay on, if you wish, to join the Meeting for Worship at 3.00pm where the singing can be used to deepen the silence before Meeting starts.

Arrive from 10.00am and refreshments, for a 10.30am start. Bring food for a shared lunch.

We suggest  a donation of £15 or whatever you can afford, to be paid on the day. 

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