We will remember

This year Remembrance Sunday falls on the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War, a time of suffering and of hope. Churches and communities across the country will come together in places of worship and public spaces to remember all those killed, injured and bereaved by conflict and look with hope to a future free from war and commit ourselves to work for peace.

There is a programme of events as part of the WWI Centenary Celebrations in Shavington, of which St Mark’s is hosting flower displays and children’s activities as well as providing quiet spaces for prayer and reflection throughout the weekend.

All Saint’s are holding a Service of Remembrance at 6pm on Sunday 11th November.

 

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