Remembrance Sunday

8th November November 2020

Remembrance Sunday – For personal reflection

Two Minutes Silence

They shall not grow old, As we who are left grow old
Age shall not weary them, Nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun, And in the morning,
We will remember them.
We will remember them.

When you go home, tell them of us and say:
For your tomorrow, we gave our today.

We remember before you with gratitude, O Lord,
those who gave their lives for the cause of freedom:

All Saint’s war dead 1914-18

Charles Claire, Eddie Dore, William Drudge, Archie Harbor,
Eynon Jones, Joseph Malcolmson, James Weyllie Raeburn,
Tom Rayner, Frederick Wilson Russell, Phillip Alfred Russell,
Albert Henry Edmund Scovell, Wilfred Alban Scovell,
William Thomas Smith, Frank Symmans, Frederick Symmans, Beverley Ussher, Stephen Ussher, Edgar Westmore

St Alban’s War Dead 1914-18

Charles Claire, Eddie Dore, William Drudge, Archie Harbour, Eynon Jones, Joseph Malcolmson, James Weyllie Raeburn, Tom Rayner, Frederick Wilson Russell, Phillip Alfred Russell, Albert Henry Edmund Scovell, Wilfred Alban Scovell, William Thomas Smith, Frank Symmans, Frederick Symmans, Beverley Ussher, Stephen Ussher, Edgar Westmore

1939-45
Norman Bridges, Robin Kemp, Jack Tarrant,
Henry Underwood, Charles Waller, Jeffrey Webber

Rest eternal grant unto them, O Lord.
And let light perpetual shine upon them.

A Reflection

Remembrance-Sunday-Homily

(Download the Reflection)

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August 2020

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