Lenten Evensong in the Style of Taizé
Sunday, April 6 at 5 p.m.

Through a blend of ritual, reverence, and simplicity…
In the midst of community…
In prayer for healing and wholeness
for oneself, for others and the Church…
And to be renewed.

Evensongby Phillip Brunswick, Choir Master & Organist

The worship tradition represented in this Evensong service began many years ago in the ecumenical French monastic community called Taizé. It is a quiet service of meditation, reflection, readings and music. The experience finds its true meaning in the active participation of all assembled by focusing and deepening our faith trough the power of prayer. Therefore, everyone is encouraged to participate as the Spirit moves them, whether that be in song, prayer, or quiet meditation.

The liturgy that has been developed around the Taizé community is primarily for the worship of God, but it is also meant to quiet the soul. The quietness does not happen at once, but gradually during the worship. There is repetition in the words of the music, there are several periods of silence, and the readings are read slowly – all so that we may have a deep quiet grow in our hearts. Then we may be still and be at peace in the presence of God.

Please come and join us for this peaceful and moving service.

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