An evening of healing song and candlelight, on Friday 9/11

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Wed, September 9, 2009


There will be a Healing, Song, Meditation and Prayer service in the Methodist Chapel this Friday, Sept. 11th, 8:00 p.m. This service was started by Brother Roger in a small hillside village called Taize, France after WWII –The music has simple yet beautiful one line Christian chants and contemplative words like: Come and fill out hearts with your peace, you alone O Lord are Holy, Come and Fill our Hearts with your peace, Alleluia

This service of healing and meditation will be held in the quiet of the old, 19century chapel of the Methodist Church, by candlelight.  The intent of Taize was reconciliation between the different Christian denominations, peace and healing and bringing together people of different faiths, from different countries.  The simple, repetitive words provide a deep contemplative experience of healing.

Brother Roger’s main mission in life was to serve the poorest of the poor, and bring peace, forgiveness, love and healing to people. Taize communities have spread to more than 20 countries and attract young people from everywhere. For more info about Bro Roger and Taize go to Taize.com

Come experience the healing (as it turns out, on this anniversary of loss, now turned to forgiveness and new beginnings.)

Led by Cheryl Fuller, who’s lead Taize services for five years.  Bring a penlight battery to the service if you can.

-      Methodist Church, Half Moon Bay, corner of Johnston and Miramontes downtown (777 Miramontes)
-      Friday, September 11, 8-9 pm.
-      All are welcome!

For more information, call Cheryl Fuller, 726-2249, or Hugh Bowen of the Methodist Church, 712-1506