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 janet.loo@kings.uwo.ca.

PRAYER WITH THE SONGS OF TAIZÉ FOR LENT, PEACE IN UKRAINE 

Lenten Prayer with the Songs of Taizé will take place on Monday, March 21 at 7:00 PM in The Chapel at Windermere on the Mount. Our prayer intention for this service will be for peace in Ukraine. Taizé Prayer a simple form of meditative prayer consisting of simple chants, silence, scripture, and prayers. You are required to register in advance at https://kings-taize.eventbrite.com or call 519-963-1477. In compliance with the university's COVID protocol, all participants must be vaccinated with at least two doses of vaccine.