Taize Services at St. Mary's in the Mountains
The service is named after Taizé, a town in southern France, where an ecumenical monastic community serving refugees in the Second World War, created a simple form of worship that would nourish people of different faiths and backgrounds. Drawing from many faith traditions, the Taizé prayer service has spread throughout the world.
More than 100,000 people, especially youth, visit Taizé annually, and the Taizé brothers continue their work of offering reconciliation as a way of life, bringing together divided Christians and separated peoples.
Our services include prayer, music and time for reflection.
We offer Taize services each month on the second Thursday, beginning at 6 p.m. All are welcome to join us for this meditative service.