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The Salvation Army Commemorates Remembrance Sunday

6 November 2015 - 2:09pm
| by rebecca

The Salvation Army is today joining with the nation in commemorating Remembrance Sunday.

As is tradition, The Salvation Army will join other church leaders, dignitaries and war veterans in laying a wreath at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London as part of the National Service of Remembrance this morning.

Following this, 36 officers and Salvationists will be on the March Past to commemorate The Salvation Army’s relief efforts in world wars and to recognise the support given to those in armed conflicts today.

After the parade, Regent Hall Salvation Army band will march at 12.30pm from their church on Oxford Street to the Cenotaph, where they will hold a short memorial service. The Emergency Services mobile canteen will also be present at Horse Guards Parade, serving tea and coffee.

“Many members of The Salvation Army across the country will be involved in local commemorations this morning,” said The Salvation Army’s Chief Secretary Colonel David Hinton who is attending the commemorations.

“We pause today to honour all those who have lost their lives in conflict, and reflect on their great sacrifice, at the same time remembering those who still bear the pain of losing family members and friends in this way.”


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The Salvation Army is one organisation who can be trusted in its response to today.

Submitted by Timothy Forrester on

I know how the pain of losing someone you love or care about:I feel for people who's lost someone.the way I can now live with my lost is I look to God for streagth and I lean on thee everlasting arms of Christ Jesus.

Submitted by William Femea Sr. on

I grew in the Salvation Army.My uncle was Commissioner Atwell for the Salvation Army from the United States.My son William Femea Jr is going to be an officer.You all do good work for people in need.Thank you all for all you do.A friend William Femea Sr.

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