“Always on the move, never uprooted”

Late summer 2020 | An online initiative

Following on the first online meeting last Pentecost, a new and similar initiative is being proposed for the weekend of August 28-30, 2020. The main theme will be “Always on the move, never uprooted” (Proposals 2020); the weekend will comprise a variety of online activities.

The times indicated correspond to the time zone "Central European Summer Time" (CEST) or two hours ahead of the coordinated universal time (UTC +2).

Program

Friday, August 28

  • During late afternoon or early evening, first meeting for the virtual small groups
  • 8:30 p.m. evening prayer live from Taizé (with video streaming) and word of welcome

Saturday, August 29

  • In the morning, online Bible reflection [https://youtu.be/_qy0GSgvg90]
  • Late morning or during the afternoon, sharing in virtual small groups
  • 5 p.m. workshop "Signs of hope in times of hardship: young people of every continent share experiences of solidarity from recent months." Streamed on Facebook [https://facebook.com/taize].
  • 8:30 p.m. evening prayer live from Taizé, followed by a meeting in the church with Br. Alois Streamed on Facebook [https://facebook.com/taize/live].

Sunday, August 30

  • In the morning, wherever possible, participation in local Christian celebrations
  • Late morning or during the afternoon, online Bible reflection followed by sharing in virtual small groups
  • 5 p.m. discussion with a brother and feedback from several small groups
  • 8:30 p.m. evening prayer live from Taizé (with video streaming)

Small sharing groups for 18-35 year olds

On this coming weekend, we will be offering young adults aged 18 to 35 the opportunity to take part in small sharing groups from home. Adults over 35 years old can of course form groups as well on their own, as the Bible reflection and questions will be available to all. For legal reasons we are unable to integrate minors, but group leaders who wish can consider appropriate options locally for their group members.

  • Before registering, young people aged 18 to 35 who wish to participate must read the user charter in French or English.
  • To register, please use the form online here [https://meet.taize.fr/register/meeting/cac1f9b3-f6c8-4733-8b7b-e3dbdb20bfc2?_locale=en]
  • Final date for registration: Sunday, August 23.
  • To send us feedback, offer a suggestion, or report inappropriate behavior, please write an email to meet taize.fr.

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