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Remembrance 100

To commemorate 100 years since the end of World War 1, get involved in 100 days of prayer for peace, hope and reconciliation. Engage in innovative peacemaking activities where you are. Remembrance 100 begins on Saturday 4 August with prayer for peacemaking. It concludes on Sunday 11 November as we mark Armistice Day/Remembrance Sunday.

Some outstanding ecumenical resources have been devised by Hope with contributions from members of the Methodist family:
See all the details here, information, video's and material for your church and worship.

Culcheth and St Johns Methodist churches are open and offering opportunity for prayer and reflection. Contact the church directly or in Culcheth case, see the notice sheet for week comm 4th Nov.

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