Remembrance Services – 8th November

Today is Remembrance Sunday. Below are the church services, the acts of remembrance at the war memorials and the bishop’s sermon.  First here are the notices:

Notices

Lockdown
From Thursday the government have announced that the churches will close for Services but they may open for private prayer until December 2nd.
Month of Prayer
The Archbishops, in consultation with the House of Bishops, decided that during lockdown we would have a month of prayer. This call would take the form of an invitation to every Christian and person of good will to pray at 6pm every day, beginning this Thursday 5 November for the period of this present lock-down. In order to stimulate this time of prayer, where it is possible, churches are encouraged to ring a single bell at 6pm. The Archbishops promised some resources in the form of different styles of written prayers with a particular thematic focus for prayer each day. The weblink to the resources is https://www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-churches/call-prayer-nation. In addition, please find here a direct link to a simple printable prayer booklet  – Prayer Booklet.
Giving
Please Give to our Ministry This church relies on donations to provide care and support to everyone in this community. Now more than ever, please consider giving generously to support our mission and ministry by clicking the button above. Thank you for your support.
Farnham Festival of Remembrance
Seriously – don’t miss the Online Farnham Festival of Remembrance – you can find it here.

Services

All-Age:
More Traditional:

Acts of Remembrance

Sermons

Bishop Andrew’s Sermon

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