Tag Archives: Remembrance

Words for remembering and responding

Remembering Friends, let us remember before God, all those who have died in war. They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old; age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and … Continue reading

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Remembering WW1

This article will be in Hardwick Happenings and Dry Drayton News in November 2014. This November, Remembrance Sunday will be particularly poignant as we think back to the outbreak of the First World War.  In reflecting on those events 100 … Continue reading

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Poem from Remembrance Day reflections

I quoted from this poem at the Remembrance Day service in Hardwick this year.  It’s from the collection ‘Prayers for a Privileged People’ by theologian and writer Walter Brueggemann. The Threat Upon Us Summertime . . . when the living … Continue reading

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