We have worked in partnership with Hope, Christian Enquiry Agency, Christian Vision for Men, SGM Lifewords and many others to produce relevant and accessible materials for churches and individuals to use from August 2014 at the start of the Commemoration and Remembrance of the start of WW1 one hundred years ago.
The first event was on Monday 4th August when "the lights went out all over Europe" Services will be held in many churches and Cathedrals across the country led by service in Westminster Abbey.
On Remembrance Sunday many churches and communities remember the fallen not just from WW1 but also from WW2 and the many conflicts since.
Tuesday 11th November is Armistice Day and many Civic Ceremonies take place as well as the two minutes silence at 11am.
On Boxing Day 2014 many Premier League Clubs took a few moments to remember the fallen to sing "Silent Night" prior to the kick off in remembrance of the time when there was a temporary cease fire between the British and German Troops and a game of football was played on "no man's land" during that first Christmas of the war back in 1914.