Choirs and Taizé Prayer are suspended until further notice because of Covid-19. For your personal prayer during this time, stay tuned for video prayer services to be posted on this site later this month! You can also:

Please contact MollyMattingly@creighton.edu with any questions about music ministry at Creighton and St. John's during this time.


What is Taizé prayer?

Taizé Prayer is evening prayer for all Christian faiths. It is a simple, meditative form of worship, calling us to dwell deeply on Christ's presence around and within us. Mantra songs (like "Jesus, Remember Me"), prayerful silence, and short readings guide the focus of the prayer in a candle-lit environment. Services at Creighton last about 30-40 minutes and typically include a volume of the St. John's Bible.

Taizé Prayer is named for the ecumenical Christian community formed in Taizé, France  during World War II. Today the Taizé community includes brothers from all Christian denominations, including Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox traditions.


Curious about the community, its prayer, and its songs? Visit the Taizé community at http://taize.fr.

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