Our Centenary Commemoration
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Remembrance Day services
Thousands of people will be visiting churches to take part in Remembrance Day services which this year have a particular significance as we commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War. Many people have visited battlefields, cemeteries and memorials to learn more about the conflict and to pay their respects.
This recording was done with a group from the Friends of Guildford Cathedral who travelled to the Ypres Salient in Belgium to visit World War one sites. The report opens with the historian Philip Pratley and features members of the group with their reflections and thoughts on what they had seen and heard.
A short film based on an extract of Laurence Binyon's poem "For the Fallen", commemorating Remembrance Day 2015 on 11 November.
The Archdeacon to the Army, Peter Eagles talks about Remembrance in an interview recorded in the Garden of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey.
Look what happened when children from a West Yorkshire church school planted poppies together:
The Church of England in World War One
Interview with Andrew Studdert Kennedy and author Bob Holman about the work Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy did as an army chaplain in World War One. Photo: Canon Paul Tongue
In an interview with the Church of England, the renowned broadcaster and author Kate Adie talks about how women's roles in the church had to adapt during World War One.
Lambeth Palace Library holds thousands of documents, including many from the First World War. They have produced a guide to some of their relevant resources.
New resources to commemorate the Centenary
Video by Glen Scrivener
Planting poppies in commemoration
Communities around the country have been planting poppies to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of World War One.
A video featuring the Bishop of Manchester planting poppies at a primary school, meeting the children and helping them link the events of the past to our world today has been released to mark the centenary of the outbreak of WW1.
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Up and down the country there are events and resources to commemorate the outbreak of the First World War. Museums, cathedrals and churches will be organising special exhibitions and services.