You are invited to join us on Sunday evenings at 7pm for our Taize Mass.
In 1940 a young Swiss man named Roger settled in the tiny village of Taizé, France. There he offered shelter and hiding to political refugees. Particulary Jews. Brother Roger went on to form a monastic community in Taizé to live out a “parable of communion and love”. He gathered around him a few men of different denominations. This was the beginning of a great ecumenical community. Today the Taizé Community is made up of over a hundred brothers from more than twentyfive nations. The community has become synonymous with the way of reconciliation, ecumenism and peace. At the heart of prayer in Taizé is a simple, meditative music which penetrates the soul.