On 11th November 1918 the Armistice was signed in a railway carriage in the Forest of Compiegne. The war to end all wars was over. Today at St Clements we remember those from within our midst who fell in the conflict, and those whose lives were changed forever. We welcome you to this special anniversary service of readings, music, prayers and silence. The church has been specially decorated for the occasion and a Wall of Remembrance has been created to enable visitors to pin a poppy up as they remember their own who lost their lives or were injured. There will also be a guest book for visitors to sign which will become a part of the church archive.
‘Lest we forget’.
Refreshments from 3pm.
There will be a service of Holy Communion as usual at 10am at St Clements and 10.30 am at Christ Church, both will include 2 minutes of silence at 11 am.