The Fifth Anniversary of the London Bridge Attack
On 3 June 2017 terrorists attacked the community around the Cathedral
Eight people died, many others were injured and countless others were traumatised. The Cathedral building was damaged during the attack more more importantly the community we serve was scarred by the experience. On Friday 3 June at 2.30pm we will be holding a service in the Cathedral to mark the fifth anniversary of the attack. We will be joined by local civic and community leaders, by families of those killed, by those who were injured and others.
You are welcome to join us, in person or online. If you do come please bring photo ID as there will be security measures in place.
At the end of the service we will all be moving to Cathedral Square where a plaque will be unveiled and dedicated as a permanent record of what happened on that June night.
Let us pray for those who died five years ago:
And for their families and friends and all who will be mourning them today.
There is no need to register in advance to attend this service but if you do come please bring photo ID as there will be security measures in place.
If you can't be at the Cathedral for this service then there are a number of different ways for you to join us online. You can view the service direct from this website here, or our YouTube page here, alternatively you may wish to join our friendly and welcoming online congregation at our Facebook page here
A copy of the Order of Service can be downloaded here