The Taizé style of worship is an opportunity to seek communion with God in prayer, singing, silence and reflection. It seeks to offer people the rediscovery of an inner peace, reminding us that Christ is waiting for us in our day-to-day lives. The Brothers of the Taizé community are inspired by two aims: to live in communion with God through prayer and to be a leaven of peace and trust in the midst of the human family.
The service is held by candlelight in the ‘New Building’ at the east end of the Cathedral.
Dates for Taizé Services in 2016, at 5.30pm (except on 16 July)
For more information about our Taizé services, please contact:
Revd. Canon Jonathan Baker