8:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist in the traditional form of the Book of Common Prayer with hymns.
10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, a contemporary service and traditional & contemporary music with St. Hilda's Choir.
Wednesday Contemplative Eucharist Service (12:00
A brief contemplative service of Holy Communion follows the
Wednesday morning meditation (11:30 - 12:00)
The church is wheelchair accessible and a nursery is available at all times.
What is Taizé? Taizé refers to a religious community in Taizé France founded by Brother Roger. Taizé services are a style of meditative prayer that includes repetitive songs that help to direct the prayer life of the community. Taizé is an ideal way for those not interested in traditional services to connect with the mysteries of the universe in an open-minded and profoundly relaxed setting.
Taizé services are held twice a month (subject to other events happening for the Parish), every first and third Sunday of the month, at 7pm.
Participants are urged to arrive at least five minutes before start time to allow for centering time and reduce distractions for those already present.
Our educational programs are tailored to people of different ages and stages of their faith journey, including seekers.