Taizé Local Customs

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  • Local Customs
    by christine.j

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    Please cover up

    by christine.j Written Jul 29, 2008

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    Next to the entrance of the church there are piles of large, white scarves. They are for people who come to the service wearing very short shorts or sleeveless T-shirts. It is only respectful to take one of the scarves and cover up.

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    Don't block the way

    by christine.j Written Jul 29, 2008

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    Since most people sit on the floor during service, there is the necessity for some clear pathways between all these people, not just for coming and going during the service, but even more so in case of emergency. These pathways are marked by white lines and a matchstick man. Everybody should really try not to sit there. It's no fun when someone is climbing over you while you are singing.

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