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  • Writer's pictureRev Annabelle Elletson

National Day of Remembrance

In case you have not heard about it, tomorrow, 23rd March, the Loss & Hope Foundation, together with Marie Curie, are leading a National Day of Remembrance to mark the anniversary of the beginning of the COVID-19 lockdown. This is a day when all those who have been lost, who are mourning, or who have been badly affected, will be thought of, with prayer and acknowledgment. Across the the country church bells will toll and hold one minute of silence for reflection on what we have lost. In many churches, schools and other public places candles will also be lit, and a specially written prayer said. Daffodils will feature widely, in windows, on posters, as gifts left on doorsteps.

In Llanbedr the church bell will toll, and mark the one minute for reflection, and then the prayer will be said and a candle lit in the church. The children in the school, who can hear the bell toll, will stop to reflect, and also say the prayer. The children are making daffodils to put on the school fence and in the window.

And the prayer is here:

Dear God, Be with us as we think about all that has changed this year, And help us to trust that you are always with us. Be close to us as we remember those who have died, And help us to trust they are at peace with you. Show us how to reach out to others with kindness and care , So that hope shines out in every heart and home, Amen

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