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Online remembrance service – 8th November 2020

Welcome to our online remembrance service.

The latest lockdown measures prevent us from meeting in person for this year, but thanks to the hard work from a number of individuals we are pleased to be able to instead present an online form of remembrance.

If you wish to join with others to observe the 2-minute silence at 11am, then please click play on the video at 10:22am.

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Blessings to you all,

The online worship team.

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9 Comments

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    Liz and Martin

    A masterpiece. Extremely well put together. A huge thank you to all involved. We do well to pray for peace.

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    Rev Adrian & Anthea

    A very moving Service and a wonderful tribute to all those who made the ultimate sacrifice. Thank you to all who contributed both on screen and behind the scenes.
    Bless you.

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    Maggie Anderson

    Perfect.
    Poignant.
    Lest we forget.

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    Pat and John

    Very moving. Thoughtfully put together and sensitively done. Thank you.

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    Roger Dubois

    A very moving and meaningful Remembrance Service. Thank you to everyone who contributed. It was very special seeing and listening to the people who participated in the churches of our Benefice. Thank you Rev Mark for your sermon on flowers and symbols and their meaning, which will have had younger members of the congregation scurrying off to find their trainers!!
    The opening sequences and 2 minutes silence were presented so sensitively and effectively, the images of Servicemen during the silence really brought home the great sacrifice that those generations made. Absolutely wonderful, thank you all so much!

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    Jean Hall

    Such a moving service and beautifully put together. Many, many thanks to all those who have made it possible.

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    Peter Williams and Lois

    A brilliant Service. Very moving and reverent. Thank you to everyone involved in the production.

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    Stephen Ruffles

    Most families in this country will have been touched or affected by the past conflicts and it is right and proper that we always remember all those who made the ultimate sacrifice in search of peace. Today’s service has enabled our thoughts to be brought together in this act of remembrance in a sensitive and moving way. May all the countries of the world remember the conflicts of the past and work for world peace.
    Thank you to all the contributors and producers of today’s service for an excellent production. It was good to see all the photographs of the local men whose lives were lost in the conflicts and who we remember today.

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    Doreen Valentine

    An absolutely brilliant tribute to all who served and died during various conflicts. Well done to Rev: Mark and the team, and a special thank you to James for reading out the names of the fallen from Ingoldisthorpe. It was very special to me.

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