Remembrance Sunday Services 

For the Order of Service for the Harwell Act of Remembrance
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remembrance rainbowThis Sunday, 14th November, we remember and give thanks for those who have died in active service in the two World Wars and in subsequent conflicts, and express our faith in God, who is the source of life, peace and hope.


The 9.30am service at All Saints' Chilton will be attended by 2nd Chilton Scout Group, and lead into an activity session in the Village Hall for primary-aged children. Following the service, refreshments will be available in the Village Hall, and at 11am in the churchyard we will have a short Act of Remembrance. We would be grateful if anyone could bring cakes and biscuits to enjoy together over tea and coffee.

In Harwell there will be a short service at 10.45am at the War Memorial on the High Street, including a parade. This will be followed by a service in St Matthew's at around 11.30am (or slightly earlier). There will be no 'interactive' service in Harwell this week. The 6pm evening service this week at St Matthew's is BCP Holy Communion.