Taizé prayer & meditation
At the height of the conflict in World War II one
man, Roger Schutz, came to live in the small
French village of Taizé to pray for peace
and reconciliation. In time an ecumenical community
Today Taizé has become a place of pilgrimage.
Many thousands of people, most of them young adults,
visit Taizé each year to join in the community’s
prayer to reflect on that which is most important
Taizé prayer, with its distinctive prayer supported
by candlelight, music and silence and prayer around
the Cross, can now be found in every continent.
Taizé prayer at Siloam takes place the 1st
Friday of the month (excluding January),
from 7:30pm – 8.30pm.