A Special Taize service facilitated by the NTCSL Practitioners, “Staying in the Grace”
“Grace is the unexpected source and force of love that allows us to become more conscious, secure, creative, and loving.” -Sonia Chouquette.
Join us on Wednesday evening for a special Taize service presented by NTCSL Practitioners as the readings, music, and meditations take you into a deeper experience of the truth of your infinite, holy nature.
If being in the silence is a significant practice in your life, yet it sometimes gets crowded out very easily, you might enjoy the style of worship created by the community of Taizé in France. Taizé worship is based around structured rhythms of contemplation and silence that provide a way to “turn off the buzz” of our daily lives and experience a new depth of prayer. We would love to have you join us for this special service of prayer, music, and silence.
The origins of Taize began in a little village in Burgundy France over 60 years ago, when Brother Roger Shultz founded a community devoted to prayer and living a parable of reconciliation with the church and within the human family. Thus, the Taize service is inclusive and ecumenical with persons of all faiths being invited.
Music by Laura Berman and Gary Skye.