Currently meeting outdoors Fridays 10.30 and on zoom
New members welcome! Please contact me for further details.
Open Friday morning sessions singing rich contemplative chants wherever we can until we can once again sing in Chester Cathedral, one of Chester's most stunning places of worship.
Taize is an ecumenical Christian community in France that was founded after the second World War with a desire to bridge differences between various Christian denominations, in a mission to facilitate peace. They have developed a style of worship that centres on contemplative singing, sung in 4-part harmony using short phrases from scripture.
At the end of each course participants are invited to co-lead the singing during the regular Tuesday midday service at St Peter's church. This is a public service, so friends and family can come along too. You are also welcome to attend the sessions whether or not you can commit to the service.
I run sessions in the Lady Chapel at Chester Cathedral on most Fridays 10.30-12.30.
Three times a year, singers who wish to co-lead a Tuesday lunchtime Taize service at St Peters church at the Cross in the City Centre, alongwith St Peters' Priest in Charge, Revd Jonathan Phillips.
Participants are invited to make a donation of £5 if they have the means. If you are keen to come and sing, please do not let financial circumstances prevent you from attending.
No current sessions in the Cathedral due to COVID-19 restrictions
Please contact me for details of zoom and outdoor sessions