Remembrance Centenary

St Columba’s marked the centenary of the armistice at the end of the First World War at 11.00 on 11 November 2018. In our morning service, we joined with others with in hearing an audio broadcast from the Cenotaph in London, holding two minutes’ silent remembrance, followed by a bugle sounding. In the church, a […]

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Remembrance Sunday

At our morning service on Sunday 13 November, we remembered those who had been killed in war in two minutes’ silence at 11.00.  As the names of church members killed in the First and Second World Wars were read out, poppies were placed in the shape of a cross. We were also sad to hear […]

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Remembrance

As part of our morning service on Sunday 8 November, we brought forward poppy crosses in memory of church members who had been killed in the two world wars. The service was made up of a series of short readings and reflections by several members of the congregation, looking towards the ultimate vision of a […]

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Remembrance Sunday 2012

St Columba’s Church celebrated Remembrance Sunday at the morning service on 11 November. The service included the two minutes silence, the formal laying of a poppy wreath below the war memorial, and reflections on war and peace.  There was also an opportunity for members of the congregation to lay poppies and crosses on a larger […]

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Remembrance

Our morning Remembrance Sunday service this year was all-age worship, and was led by our Minister, Revd Liz Blair. In a thought-provoking service, we were asked to consider how we ourselves would be remembered by generations to come, and we were encouraged to be peacemakers, ready to spread forgiveness and reconciliation. At 11.00, one of […]

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