Remembrance Sunday, 11 November 2018, marks the centenary of the end of World War One. It was a war in which some 65 million men were mobilised. Nearly a third were wounded. Some 8.5 million were killed. It’s a time for reflection. A time to pray for peace.

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Buy the book

Buy the book

Hear My Cry is an illustrated collection of psalms, poems, prayers and stories to aid reflection on and before Remembrance Sunday. Now, at a special price. Buy while stocks last.

Remembrance service resources

Remembrance service resources

Are you holding a Remembrance Sunday Service? If so, these church resources could be just what you need. You can download a church service pack, suggested sermon notes and a moving video that will focus thoughts on Revelation 21.1-7.

Lesson plans

Lesson plans

Want to teach about World War One and the peace that followed it in your local primary or secondary school? We can help. You can download free lesson plans for your school here

Thoughts on peace

Peace then

Peace then

Find out how people felt about the coming of peace in 1918.

Peace now

Peace now

Can we live in peace as wars rage around the world?

Peace in our lives

Peace in our lives

How can we find peace in our own lives?

He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain any more, for the former things have passed away.

Rev 21.3-5

Lives changed forever

Soldier’s life saved at the Somme by his Bible

Soldier’s life saved at the Somme by his Bible

The life of 21-year-old British soldier, Pte Frank Viner, was saved at the Somme by his Bible.

Bible ‘major support’ during Gallipoli campaign

Bible ‘major support’ during Gallipoli campaign

The Gallipoli campaign that began in April 1915 is often remembered as a sideshow to the fighting in France and Belgium.

The man who saved others’ lives at Passchendaele

The man who saved others’ lives at Passchendaele

Cricket-loving Ronald Marchant was the youngest of four brothers from the village of Weald in Kent to sign up at the start of World War One. Herbert, Robert, Reuben and Ronald all left their family home and headed for the Western Front. Ronald, who’d left school at 14, was just 19 years old.

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