Welcome!

We are excited to welcome two Taizé brother to Atlanta in October 2019. Please see our page and blog for more details and updates.

You can find the general schedule for Taizé prayers in the Atlanta area by clicking here

The Taizé Community is an ecumenical monastic community located in the village of Taizé in France. Founded by Brother Roger in the 1940’s, they live a parable of communion welcoming young people from all over the world and seeking to build bridges of trust. Sign up for their monthly international newsletter from France.

Our Resources page has links to books and music.

Throughout our site you can find a few videos recorded by Deutsche Grammophon. They include music and interviews and will give you a sense of life on the hill at Taizé.

Please contact us with any questions, comments or notifications about prayers. Please help us keep this site up to date!

Blessings –

Listen to Veni, Sancte Spiritus (Come, Holy Spirit) and see images of the community:

Homepage featured image: by photographer Maciej Bilas, source here.  All other photos Copyright © Ateliers et Presses de Taizé, Communauté de Taizé, 71250 Taizé, France editions@taize.fr

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  1. Episcopal Church of the Holy Family in Jasper is offering a new Taize service on the first Monday of every month, beginning on Monday, October 7 at 8 p.m. On November 4 the time will move to 7 p.m. for the winter months. The church is located at 100 Griffith Road, Jasper, Georgia.

  2. Bi-lingual Taizé services (Spanish/English) are held once a month at 7:00pm on a Thursday at Iglesia Metodista Unida Douglas Street United Methodist Church, 219 Douglas Street, Cartersville GA. 770-606-4948. Our next services are Thursday Dec 11 and Thursday Jan 8. It is usually a second or third Thursday. Check our church Facebook page for info each month.

  3. Istanbul: Pope Francis speaks about Taizé and the search for Christian Unity

    On November 30, 2014 the last morning of his apostolic trip to Turkey, Pope Francis attended the Divine Liturgy celebrated by Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople in the Patriarchal Cathedral of Saint George at Phanar in Istanbul.

    In his speech, Pope Francis spoke about the search for full communion between the Churches and cited three “voices” calling particularly for unity: the poor, victims of conflict and young people. Speaking about the latter, he added:

    It is precisely the young who today implore us to make progress towards full communion. I think for example of the many Orthodox, Catholic and Protestant youth who come together at meetings organized by the Taizé community. They do not do this because they are not aware of the differences which still separate us, but because they are able to see beyond them; they are able to embrace what is really important and what already unites us.

  4. Newnan Presbyterian Church has been offering Taizé services since September, 2013 on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 P.M. (none in June nor July). All are welcome. If you have questions, call or text 706.957.9200.
    Rebecca Hafner-Camp, Organist/Mus. Dir.

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