As we mark the centenary of the end of World War 1, the Government is seeking to make faith and belief representation at the National Remembrance Service more reflective of modern Britain, both for this year and going forward.
We are running an open application process, inviting organisations representing different faith/denomination and belief groups across Great Britain, who are not currently represented, to be part of the annual commemoration service.
At present, 15 faith and belief denominations are represented at the Remembrance Service. These are Anglican, Catholic, Church of Scotland, Methodist, United Reform Church, Unitarian, Free Christian Churches, the Salvation Army, Baptist, Greek Orthodox Church, Jewish (United Hebrew Congregations), Jewish (Reform), Islam, Hindu and Sikh. These representatives do not lay a wreath during the service but are there to pay their respects on behalf of their faith and belief communities.
For more information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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