Come join us for our next Taizé Service which will be held in the labyrinth (weather permitting) on Sunday, August 4th at 7pm.
Experience this new way of combining a Taizé service with an outdoor setting and a chance to walk the labyrinth with music or just enjoy the setting. This is a perfect opportunity to invite others to join us. We appreciate the gifts and leadership of John Lehrack, St. Alban’s Music Director, for making this service possible. Refreshments will be served afterwards.
Taizé is a contemporary form of worship with music, lessons, prayers and silence. It originated in the 1940s in the small village of Taizé, which lies in the southern part of Burgundy, France, by a monk named Roger Louis Schutz-Marsauche. Since its founding, the practice has spread worldwide. Its peaceful, contemplative nature has drawn millions from all over the world to practice this kind of worship.