While we can't meet in person, we're enjoying meeting together online from time to time, live at 8pm and with a recorded repeat that evening at 10pm. See below for dates. Use the link below to join in — there's always a loop playing on this link, so you can try it now to check that it works on your device.
The last Stretton Taize for 2020 will be on Sunday 20 December (Advent 4).
In 2021, we'll meet online on the third Sunday of the month until Easter, and then think about what happens next. So the dates for 2021 include:
Sunday 17 January 2021
Sunday 21 February 2021
Sunday 21 March 2021
Each of those is here, online, live at 8pm and with a recorded repeat at 10pm.
Hopefully some time during 2021 we'll get back to our usually Stretton Taizé pattern of meeting on the third Sunday of every other month. They take place at 6pm at St Milburga's church, near the Church Stretton traffic lights.
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.
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.