If you’re looking for Taizé in Seattle, St. Andrew’s offers a weekly Taizé service with singing, scripture reading, a short reflection on scripture, and time for meditative prayer.
This is a welcoming service open to anyone who would like to experience this beautiful style of worship including communion and healing prayer.
Sundays 6:00 pm at St. Andrew’s
111 N.E. 80th Street, Seattle, WA 98115
For more information, contact Cherry Haisten at 206-523-7476 (x. 304) or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What can I expect at a Taizé Service?
Taizé prayer service is held every Sunday evening in the sanctuary at St. Andrew’s, where candles are lit and the pace slows down. The Taizé service is attended by adults of all ages from within and outside the St. Andrew’s community. People who attend Taizé are drawn to listen to God speaking to them through silence, scripture reading and short reflection, communion and healing prayer. However, Taizé singing is perhaps the essential element of the service. The simple, meditative songs are repeated several times as they begin to sing themselves and become a part of the worshiper’s soul. The Taizé service offers a spiritual experience that many finding missing in their personal lives or in their traditional worship services. And perhaps most of all, people feel a welcoming presence in this local Taizé community, as well as a deep connection that brings them together as a people of God.
Newsletters from Taizé at St. Andrew’s:
May 2018 (A Letter of Thanks to the St. Andrew’s Taizé Community from Fr. Terry Steig)
March 2017 (Welcome Reception for Fr. Rich Weyls, New Rector of St. Andrew’s)
December 2016 (Advent offerings)
September 2016 (Italian pilgrims)
June 2016 (Rest for our souls)
September 2015 (Writing about Taizé)
May 2015 Taizé Potluck with presentation by pilgrims recently returned from the Taizé Community in France
April 2015 (May 15 Potluck Announcement)
March 2015 (Wine and Cheese Gathering)
February 2015 (Brother Emile’s Visit to Seattle)
November 2014 (Parishioners’ visit to the Taizé community)
August 2014 (Reflections on Brother Roger)
July 2014 (History of Taizé at St. Andrew’s)
To learn more about the Taizé service and the Taizé community, please visit: http://www.taize.fr/en