Taizé Prayer Service – CANCELLED
Due to a reported case of the Coronavirus in Olmsted County, we are suspending all events at the Spirituality Center until further notice. We are doing so as a precaution, in respect for the residents and staff at Assisi Heights. Thank you for your understanding. Please check back often, as the situation may change.
Taizé Prayer Service
March 15, 6:30pm-7:30pm
Taizé Prayer is a repetitive prayer set to simple music, interspersed with meditation. Meditation is a form of contemplative prayer in which we move beyond words, thoughts, and images, and opens us to God’s mysterious silence within us. There is no teaching or preaching. It is short chants repeated over and over in the dark. Brother John says, “It is a time to rest in God and let the words listened to and sung penetrate one’s being.”
A Swiss monk, Brother John initiated this prayer form more than 70 years ago, in the small village of Taizé. In this community of brothers, they emphasize service, ecumenicalism, and reconciliation between divided faith traditions.
Facilitated by Rochester Franciscan Sisters and Cojourners.
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