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Union Theological Seminary – Liam Myers >> Through prayer, songs, and life together, the Taizé community is constantly striving towards living the gospel path. This session will provide an opportunity for us to pray in the Taizé spirit, as well as engage in conversation about becoming creators of unity within our own contexts.|US-AFVF-P|
October 23 @ 13:45
13:45 — 14:30(45′)
Union Theological Seminary
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