Located in Burgundy, France, the community has grown significantly, now consisting of over 100 monks of different Christian denominations from over 30 countries. Their community serves as a sign of unity and reconciliation between divided peoples. At the heart of Taizé is a simple form of meditative prayer consisting of simple harmonically-rich chants, silence, scripture, and prayers of intercession.
The short chants are repeated again and again so that it allows one to be drawn deeper into prayer. Visit www.taize.fr to find more information about the community, their way of life, work, and prayer. This prayer is non-denominational and is free and open to the public, so everyone is welcome!
For more information, please contact Janet Loo at (519) 963-1477 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
When: 7:00PM on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month from September to May
Where: Christ the King Chapel, Wemple Hall (King's University College)
- September 9, 23
- October 28
- November 11, 25
- December 9
- January 13, 27
- February 10, 24
- March 9, 23
- April 13, 27
- May 11, 25
Note: Prayers on October 14, 2019, and December 23, 2019 are cancelled as the College is closed on those days.