Join us on Remembrance Sunday as we mark the Centenary of the end of the First World War
10.55am - Service of Remembrance with two minutes silence
Representatives of the Royal British Legion, Armed Forces, Police and Southwark Borough Council will be present and lay wreaths. The preacher and president at the Eucharist will be the Bishop of Southwark, The Right Reverend Christopher Chessun.
3.00pm - A Service of Thanksgiving and Prayer for Peace
This is an ecumenical service to mark the Centenary of the Armistice signalling the end of the First World War. We are delighted that our choir will be joined by the choir from St George's Roman Catholic Cathedral, Southwark and the preacher is Canon Richard Hearn, Dean of St George's Cathedral. Also joining us with be The Archbishop of the Coptic Church of the United Kingdom, His Eminence Archbishop Angaelos who is a Ecumenical Canon of the Cathedral.
6.00pm -Service of Light – Remembering the Fallen of the First World War
On this centenary of the end of ‘The Great War’ we will remember by name and light a candle for all those from the Parish of St. Saviour’s who gave their lives fighting for peace. Their names are written on the Sir Ninian Comper First World War Memorial in the retrochoir, around which we will gather to hear readings, sing hymns and pray for peace and reconciliation in our world.
*Please note due to no Choral Evensong taking place at 3.00pm we will be holding Evening Prayer at 5.00pm.