This short video clip helps to explain why the Taizé community is so special and how it has helped to transform so many individual lives…

More information on the history of the Taizé community.

During the lockdown, our Taizé services have been available online, so that people can participate in a Taizé style reflection, with its key elements (Bible reading, psalm, songs and silence). Links to songs and video clips have enabled us to ‘meet’ together at 6.30pm or join in at any time that is convenient.

In France, the brothers of the Taizé community continue to welcome visitors and worshippers, albeit within strict Covid regulations and guidelines. But, since it is not yet clear which restrictions will continue for us in the UK, we will not return to ‘live’ Taizé worship until July 4th 2021, at 6.30pm.

Hopefully, we will hold a service at St Michael’s on that date, but will continue to provide an online version as well for those who can’t attend in person.

Taizé Service September 2021

Sadly, our hopes to gather again for Taizé worship in St Michael’s church have had to remain on hold. Therefore, until November 2021, we will …
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Taizé Service August 2021

SUNDAY 1st August 2021 Jesus said: I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, whoever believes in me will never …
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Taizé Service July 2021

“What is this Wisdom that has been given to Him?” Prayer Lord, help me to take your words and bind them upon my heart. When I walk, …
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Taizé Service June 2021

Holy Spirit, mystery of a presence, you enfold us with your peace that comes to touch our inmost heart, bringing us a breath of life. …
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Taizé Service – May 2021

I am the true vine, and my Father is the gardener. Photo by Sven Finger on Unsplash Song – 43. Veni Lumen Veni Creator Spiritus. Veni …
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Taizé Service April 2021

Jesus, the risen one, when we stay in your presence, we understand that the Gospel calls us to give our life to find and serve …
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Taizé Service for January 2021

Led by Dominie Burton Sunday 3rd January 2021 As I enter into prayer today, I rest for a moment in the confidence that – whatever may seem …
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