Taizé Service


Taizé songs and prayers are sung around the world.

The Taizé community was founded in Taizé in France in 1940 during the Second World War.   It is an ecumenical Christian community and each year thousands of young people make an annual pilgrimage there.

Come and experience the peace of a Taizé Service at Leura Uniting Church. Those providing and those receiving worship come from a variety of churches and faith and spiritual traditions.

There is an opportunity to offer prayer on behalf of others.

All are welcome at this special meditative time of gathering together for singing, prayer and silence in the Taizé tradition.



Taizé services are normally on the the third Sunday of the month, 5pm-6pm

The Next Taizé service  is planned for the Sunday 20th November. The theme is  

“Prepare the way for the Lord”

and our worship leader is Rev Myung Hwa Park.
Supper is provided after the service.
Covid safe procedures still apply.      Please bring your own masks and singing is permitted behind masks.  Some masks will be available on the day.


We would also like to let you know of a special service,  “A Prayer in the Spirit of Taize” with Brother Ghislain with the theme “Preparing a Future for Peace” on Friday 18th November, 7.15 for 7.30pm.
This service will be on Zoom or you also attend in person at St Canice’s Church, 28 Roslyn St, Rushcutters Bay. Full details including the Zoom link can be found by opening the link Taize Prayer 1811 below.

Taize Prayer 1811

Taize worship team: Denise Cameron, Annie Cox, Carolyn-Craig-Emilsen, Merril Hillis, Margaret Neville  and Lyn Phillips.
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