Between 29 March and 6 July 2020 we were broadcasting live using the Church of England daily liturgy for night prayer. Everything is for a season, and that has now concluded.
For those who've been asking for pictures of the people behind the three main voices that you heard on night prayer, here you go.
Taizé-style Christian worship held in Church Stretton, Shropshire. A balance of reflective worship songs from Taizé, Scripture readings, and thoughtful silence. Duration of about 40 minutes.
Organised by a group of Stretton musicians and friends who like singing Taizé songs and worshipping together. Ecumenical, holding all Christian denominations in high regard. Attended by people from various church backgrounds and none. Associated with Churches Together in the Strettons, which is part of the wider Churches Together in Shropshire grouping.
Open to all and everyone is very welcome.
Usually, Stretton Taizé evenings are on the third Sunday of every other month. They take place at 6pm at St Milburga's church, near the Church Stretton traffic lights. But 2020 is turning out not to be the year that we expected, so all Taizé evenings are suspended until further notice.
To be reminded of future dates, live broadcasts, and hopefully the resumption of normal service, contact us at [email protected] and ask to be put on the emailing list.