On 4 August 1918 King George V called for 100 National Days of Prayer. One hundred days later the war ended.
Remembrance 100 launched on 4 August 2018 with 100 Days of Peace and Hope – prayers, Bible readings, reflections and peace-making activities.
Remembrance 100 is a collaboration between Christian denominations, ministries and chaplaincies to help churches mark the centenary of the First World War at the heart of their communities.
There is a candle lit in St John’s in front of an appropriate picture for these 100 days.
Events to commemorate one hundred years since the end of the World War I
Saturday 27 October Rangoli picture being created ont he floor of St John's church
Tuesday 30 October Public welcome to watch Rangoli picture being created
Thursday 1 November (All Saints Day) 6.00pm Ubnclusive reflection for all faiths and none.
Monday 5 November 10.55am Dedication of the Garden of Remembrance including the Good Afternoon choir
Sunday 11 November Service of Remembrance 10.00 am
Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial 11.00 am
3.30pm For King and Country - concert at St John's