Tuesday, 8 April 2008

Midday art, spirituality and current affairs at the Fusterie

Following on from the midday Taizé prayers held each lunch time during the preparations for the large Taizé youth gathering held in Geneva at the beginning of this year, the Temple de La Fusterie is opening its doors each lunch time for prayer, art exhibition, music meditation and short lectures on current affairs.
You can find out more here.
Most of the week there are different forms of prayers at lunchtime but on Thursday there are speakers on diverse issues, from journalism to particle physics research at CERN, from the integration of migrants to the meaning of suffering.
Taizé prayers will be held on Wednesdays; on Mondays and Tuesdays a time of prayer linked either to music or contemplation of a work of art will be offered; and on Fridays a changing programme of "A word for our times".
Doors open every day between 12.30 and 13.30 in the heart of Geneva's commercial and banking district and they're putting on lunch as well. Something not to miss if you're in the centre of Geneva between now and the end of June.

1 Comment:

marcelo said...

Definetely one of the items in my "must do" list for the days I'll spend in Geneva in May. Thanks for this.