Remembrance


Helping people across the county to remember those who gave their lives for our freedom and safety.

O God of truth and justice,
we hold before you those people
who have died in active service.
As we honour their courage and cherish their memory,
may we put our faith in your future;
for you are the source of life, peace and hope,
now and for ever.
Amen.

Resources for schools

Please download this presentation of five Collective Worships on the theme of Remembrance covering The meaning of the Poppy, We must remember, The peace poppy, William Coltman and Walter Tull.  These schools resources are produced by Gemma Taylor, our Diocesan Schools’ Adviser and are suitable to be adapted for schools, youth and family services.

Remembrance | PPT

Veterans Gateway

The Remembrance period can bring thoughts of service and sacrifice, the good times and also the more difficult times and we need to be mindful of supporting those people – the Veterans Gateway is an online collaboration of services that can help members of the Veterans or Ex-Forces community to find the right support.  For more information please visit: veteransgateway.org.uk.

Further information

Fallen war hero honoured at church | weblink

 

 


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