A commemorative booklet calledSilencebeen produced for churches to give away at Remembrance
events this November.
Silencemany of the familiar Remembrance epitaphs, poems and exhortations and aims
to help all those attending Remembrance services to engage with God in the two minutes
On Sunday, 11 November 2018, people around the Commonwealth will observe Remembrance
Sunday and Armistice Day to mark the centenary of the end of World War 1.
Roy Crowne, HOPE’s executive director, says: “As well as reflecting on loss, this
year also gives us the chance to look forward as we mark the end of World War 1 and
pray for peace. We have set up Remembrance 100 in partnership with others, to help
churches bring communities together to mark this significant point in our history.”
Many organisations are working together to provide Remembrance 100 resources for
local churches and communities. These include the Armed Forces Christian Union, Bible
Society, Christian Vision for Men, Church of England, Churches Together in England,
Deo Gloria Trust, HOPE, Lifewords, the Methodist Church in Britain, the Peace Alliance,
the United Reformed Church, Scripture Union, Sports Chaplaincy UK, and the World
For more information visit: www.hopetogether.org.uk/remembrance