Remembrance 100 – Weekly Resources – Aug 4th-Nov 11th

As you know we are celebrating 100 years since the end of the WW1. Hope UK are producing various resources one is calling for 100 days of prayer.

There are weekly sheets to help reflect that have been published:

On 4 August 1918 King George V, the Queen’s grandfather, met to pray with members of the Houses of Parliament as part of a National Day of Prayer.

One hundred days later, the war ended.  We have compiled these 100 thoughts and prayers for peace, together with ideas to promote peace and reconciliation, to encourage

churches, schools and communities to reflect on the past and bring hope for the future.

These thoughts, prayers and peace-making actions can be used by individuals and groups at any time, but especially in the 100 days leading up to Armistice Day on 11th November.

We are grateful to the Archbishop of Canterbury and to the many Christian denominations, ministries and chaplaincies who have contributed these readings and prayers for peace as we continue to pray for peace in our time.


Roy Crowne

Executive director, HOPE

Another part of this is to run a peace party on remembrance Sunday. Info on how to run a Street Party


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