Monthly Archives: March 2016

Birgitta’s Taizé blog

Some reflections from the first half of Holy Week in Taizé, by Birgitta (12). Saturday 19th March, on the ferry. Hello! Or maybe I should say bonjour? Anyway, we are all very tired and looking forward to being able to … Continue reading

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Post Scriptum

The small provisional community has come to an end, and we all feel a little bit down; the house seems quiet and empty and the common meals and prayer times have lost the sense of… well, community. It has been … Continue reading

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Let’s look back together…

After we had our last day in the foodbank on Friday we are slowly realising that we will actually leave this place! We are spending our last hours together, thinking and talking about our experiences and trying to find out what we … Continue reading

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Time tooooo say goooooodbye

The last week of our community has come. Even though these are still seven days of volunteering, prayer and new experiences there were already some goodbyes. On Tuesday we worked for the last time together with those volunteers of the … Continue reading

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Expectations vs. Reality

Hey everybody! 🙂 (Four sisters waiting for their               parents after church 😛 )         On Friday we helped in the Food Bank in Morecambe and it was still a pleasure for us to join the group of … Continue reading

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About egg plants and prayers ;)

Good morning 🙂 Puuh… the last days were so busy, I don’t even know where to start! On Monday we had our first real work day at the Claver Hill gardening project. It was really cold and windy up there … Continue reading

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