Taizé prayer is a contemplative prayer experience named after a group of ecumenical brothers living in community in Taizé, France. The community
was founded by Brother Roger and others from multiple denominations after the end of World War II, after Brother Roger and his sister had been living and working there during the war, helping to shelter Jews.
The foundation of Taizé prayer is simple, meditative chants, oftentimes sung in candlelight around the cross. A Scripture passage and time for quiet reflection are also integral parts of the experience.
The Young Adults and Graduate Students host Taizé prayer every third Wednesday of the month at 7:15 PM in the church. All are welcome.