Taize event at FUMC

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Rebecca Garrett Pace is slated to be the special guest at the Taize event slated for 6 p.m. Sunday, March 18, at First United Methodist Church in Fairfield. Pace has been singing, drumming, and creating art since before she could walk and has been participating in Fellowship events for the last 27 years, beginning as a tiny tot at Lake Junaluska Music & Worship Arts Week with her mom. She holds a Master of Sacred Music degree from Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University in Dallas and a Bachelor of Music from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. At White Rock UMC, Pace leads chancel choir, folk band, and children’s worship arts. In addition, Pace leads TAIZE’ services throughout Dallas each month with a team of worship leaders from the Dallas area. Pace and her husband, Jeff, and two children reside in Allen, Texas. TAIZE’ (pronounced ‘Teh-ZAY’) prayer is a peaceful, meditative form of worship that originated in a small town near Burgundy, France, during world War II. It has grown every year since and now celebrates a large community of worshipers with over 100,000 visitors each year who travel from all over the world to study the Bible together and worship three times each day.

 

 

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