Remembrance Sunday Readings

Remembrance Sunday Readings: In our places of worship this week we will recall every one of the individuals who have given their lives for the harmony and opportunity we appreciate today. We will get together with individuals the country over to interruption to think about the penances made by our courageous administration people. We will watch the aggregate demonstration of two minutes quiet as we stand together and ponder the cost of opportunity. That cost is as yet being paid with in excess of 12,000 British Servicemen and ladies have been murdered or harmed on dynamic administration since 1945.


Opening Verse of Scripture Genesis Chapter 9:15

I will remember my covenant which is between me and you and every living creature of all flesh.


Remembrance Sunday Readings
Remembrance Sunday Readings


Collect Prayer for the Day — Before we read we pray

All-powerful Father, whose will is to reestablish everything in your dearest Son, the King of all: oversee the hearts and psyches of those in power, and bring the groups of the countries, separated and destroyed by the assaults of transgression, to be liable to his equitable and delicate guideline; who is alive and rules with you, in the solidarity of the Holy Spirit, one God, presently and for ever.  Amen.  Common Worship

God, our shelter and quality, bring close to the day when wars will stop and neediness and agony will end, that the earth may know the tranquility of paradise through Jesus Christ our lord.  Amen. Common Worship Shorter Collect.

Interminable God, in whose ideal domain no sword is drawn however the sword of equity, and no quality known yet the quality of affection: control and motivate all who look for your kingdom, that people groups and countries may discover their security in the adoration which throws out dread; through Jesus Christ our Savior. So be it.


Remembrance Sunday Readings
Remembrance Sunday Readings

First Bible Reading Micah Chapter 4:1-5

In days to come the heap of the Lord’s home will be built up as the most noteworthy of the mountains, and will be raised up over the slopes. People groups will stream to it, and numerous countries will come and state: ‘Come, let us go up to the pile of the Lord, to the place of the God of Jacob; that he may show us his ways and that we may stroll in his ways.’ For out of Zion will go forward guidance, and the expression of the Lord from erusalem. He will make a decision concerning numerous people groups, and will parley between solid countries far away; they will beat their swords into plowshares, and their lances into pruning-snares; country will not lift up sword against country, neither will they learn war any more; however they will all sit under their very own vines and under their own fig trees, and nobody will make them apprehensive; for the mouth of the Lord of hosts has spoken. For every one of the people groups walk, each for the sake of its god, however we will stroll for the sake of the Lord our God for ever and ever. NRSV

Second Reading Romans Chapter 8:31- end

What at that point would we say we are to state about these things? In the event that God is for us, who is against us? He who did not retain his very own Son, yet surrendered him for us all, will he not with him additionally give us everything else? Who will bring any charge against God’s choose? It is God who legitimizes. Who is to denounce? It is Christ Jesus, who passed on, truly, who was raised, who is at the correct hand of God, who without a doubt intervenes for us. Who will isolate us from the adoration for Christ? Will hardship, or trouble, or oppression, or starvation, or bareness, or hazard, or sword? As it is written,’For your purpose we are being killed throughout the day; we are accounted as sheep to be butchered.’ No, in every one of these things we are more than victors through him who cherished us. For I am persuaded that neither demise, nor life, nor holy messengers, nor rulers, nor things present, nor what might be on the horizon, nor powers, nor tallness, nor profundity, nor whatever else in all creation, will most likely isolate us from the adoration for God in Christ Jesus our Lord. NRSV


Remembrance Sunday Readings
Remembrance Sunday Readings

Gospel Reading John Chapter 15 Verses 9-17

As the Father has cherished me, so I have adored you; dwell in my adoration. In the event that you keep my precepts, you will live in my adoration, similarly as I have kept my Father’s decrees and dwell in his affection. I have directed these sentiments toward you with the goal that my euphoria might be in you, and that your delight might be finished. ‘This is my instruction, that you adore each other as I have cherished you. Nobody has more noteworthy love than this, to set out one’s life for one’s companions. You are my companions on the off chance that you do what I order you. I don’t consider you hirelings any more, on the grounds that the worker does not comprehend what the ace is doing; however I have called you companions, since I have made known to you everything that I have gotten notification from my Father. You didn’t pick me yet I picked you. Also, I delegated you to proceed to hold up under natural product, organic product that will last, with the goal that the Father will give you whatever you ask him in my name. I am giving you these directions with the goal that you may love one another. NRSV


New Testament Readings

Revelation Chapter 21

At that point I saw another paradise and another earth; for the main paradise and the primary earth had passed away, and the ocean was no more. Also, I saw the blessed city, the new Jerusalem, descending out of paradise from God, arranged as a lady decorated for her significant other. What’s more, I heard an uproarious voice from the position of royalty saying,’See, the home of God is among humans. He will stay with them; they will be his people groups, and God himself will be with them; he will wipe each tear from their eyes. Demise will be not any more; grieving and crying and torment will be no more, for the principal things have passed away.’And the person who was situated on the position of authority stated, ‘See, I am making everything new.’ Also he stated, ‘Compose this, for these words are reliable and genuine.’ Then he said to me, ‘It is finished! I am the Alpha and the Omega, the start and the end. To the parched I will give water as a blessing from the spring of the water of life. The individuals who vanquish will acquire these things, and I will be their God and they will be my children. NRSV


Remembrance Sunday Readings
Remembrance Sunday Readings


1 Corinthians Chapter 15:50 – end

What I am stating, siblings and sisters, is this: fragile living creature and blood can’t acquire the kingdom of God, nor does the transitory acquire the long-lasting. Tune in, I will disclose to you a secret! We won’t all pass on, however we will all be changed, in a minute, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, and the dead will be raised enduring, and we will be changed. For this transient body must put on perpetuity, and this human body must put on everlasting status. When this short-lived body puts on endurance, and this human body puts on everlasting status, at that point the maxim that is composed will be satisfied: ‘Passing has been gobbled up in triumph.’ ‘Where, O demise, is your triumph? Where, O passing, is your sting?’ The sting of death is sin, and the intensity of wrongdoing is the law. In any case, thanks be to God, who gives us the triumph through our Lord Jesus Christ. Along these lines, my darling, be resolute, ardent, continually exceeding expectations in crafted by the Lord, since you realize that in the Lord your work isn’t in vain. NRSV

Post Communion Prayer

God of peace, whose Son Jesus Christ proclaimed the kingdom and restored the broken to wholeness of life: look with compassion on the anguish of the world, and by your healing power make whole both people and nations; through our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ


Remembrance Sunday Readings
Remembrance Sunday Readings


Every year at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, our nation watches a Two Minute Silence. Peace negotiation Day on 11 November denotes the part of the bargain World War and is a day to recollect and respect the individuals who have died for our opportunity. This quietness is held in our places of worship on Remembrance Sunday since we wish to respect and recall the individuals who battled in World Wars, however the in excess of 12,000 British Servicemen and ladies killed or harmed since 1945. The war which was intended to end all wars has not done as such. At the point when fiendishness powers are grinding away on the planet there are times when war can be a legitimate if all else fails to stop such monstrosities. So we recall the individuals who have made a definitive penance in the administration of their nation in the quest for opportunity, equity and harmony. We additionally unavoidably recollect those we cherish and from whom we are separated.

Jesus was very clear in his lessons that he had vanquished demise and it should never again hold control. Jesus gave genuine expectation with his guarantee of a kingdom which was at this point to come. Jesus talked in pictures about when there would eat and chuckling. The opportunity to arrive would be unique, the hungry would be filled and the individuals who had been oppressed would be liberated.

This gives us trust as we endow to God the individuals who have kicked the bucket.

Be that as it may, in his lessons Jesus additionally clarified that genuine change must begin to happen now in the hearts and brains of his adherents. We along these lines utilize this support of help ourselves to remember our part in trying to achieve the urgent requirement for change. So for Christians this Remembrance Sunday is in excess of a demonstration of recognition it is a guarantee that we will do our best to serve Christ by serving others in the reason for harmony, for the alleviation of need and enduring. By his Holy Spirit may he give us knowledge, fearlessness, and expectation and keep us devoted now and consistently.

Amen. Charles Royden


Remembrance Sunday Readings
Remembrance Sunday Readings



Christ be with you, Christ before you, Christ behind you,
Christ in us, Christ beneath us, Christ above us,
Christ on your right, Christ on your left,
Christ where we lie, Christ where we sit, Christ where we arise,
Christ in the heart of every one who thinks of you,
Christ in every eye that sees us,
Christ in every ear that hears you.
Salvation is of the Lord, Salvation is of the Christ,
May your salvation, O Lord, be ever with us.
Go in peace to serve the Lord and all you meet.
And the blessing of the Three in One God keep you in eternal life. Amen.

When you go home tell them of us and say, for your tomorrow we gave our today.

I believe in the sun,
even when it does not shine.
I believe in love,
even when I cannot feel it.
I believe in God,
even when he is silent.

Prayer scratched on the wall of a prison cell in Cologne during the Second World War



  1. God who weeps when we are weeping (Tune: Austria)
  2. National Anthem
  3. As the deer pants
  4. I vow to thee (Tune: Thaxted)
  5. God is love (Tune: Abbot’s Leigh)
  6. O Father on your Love we call (Tune: Melita)
  7. Blest are the pure in heart
  8. All my hope on God is founded
  9. Judge eternal, throned in splendour
  10. God, our help in ages past
  11. Beauty for brokenness
  12. (God save our gracious queen)
  13. Thy kingdom come, O God
  14. For the healing of the nations


Remembrance Sunday Readings
Remembrance Sunday Readings

Prayers for Sunday and the week ahead

“Prayer is a plant, the seed of which is sown in the heart of every Christian. If it is well cultivated and nourished it will produce fruit, but if it is neglected, it will wither and die.”

Prayers for Sunday and the week ahead

All-powerful and everlasting God, from whose adoration in Christ we can’t be separated, either by death or life. Hear our supplications and thanksgivings for all whom we recall this day; satisfy in them the motivation behind thy love; and present to every one of us, with them, to thine unceasing delight; however Christ our Lord.

Be to us, O Lord, the love of our souls, the nearest of our partners, our everlasting affection, our suffering joy and the satisfaction of every one of our wants. Through your Spirit, make in us heavenly fire and virtue of life, that adoring you over all things and our neighbors enthusiastically, we may come finally to the wonders of your everlasting kingdom; through Christ our Lord. Amen Thomas a Kempis, 1380-1471

O Almighty God, award we entreat thee, that we, who here do respect to the memory of the individuals who have kicked the bucket in the administration of their nation and of the crown, might be so enlivened by the soul of their affection and strength that, overlooking all egotistical and contemptible thought processes, we may live just to thy greatness and to the administration of humanity through Jesus Christ our Lord. So be it.

Lord of knowledge and truth, we petition God for the pioneers of the countries, for shrewdness and boldness in the individuals who stand firm against psychological warfare; for tolerance and industriousness in all who work to verify opportunity, equity and tranquility on earth.


Remembrance Sunday Readings
Remembrance Sunday Readings


Lord of leniency, we petition God for people groups and countries draining still from the unhealed injuries of their history. Convey them from savagery and retribution; sustain in them the old knowledge of regard and shared comprehension

Lord of time and forever, you travel with us through profound waters yet never desert us in the tempest. We live still in obscured days yet never without your mending light. Recharge our certainty, revive our expectation, extend our confidence, control us in truth and give us harmony in our day.

Lenient Father of all, in obscurity and in light, in a tough situation and in satisfaction, in death and throughout everyday life, help us to confide in your affection, to fill your need and to laud your name for ever.

Divine force of unending kindness, we implore with the individuals who cry: For ladies and men who are battered in body or soul, for kids who rest the erratic rest of pain, for all who are detained by dividers or stresses, for all who marvel on the off chance that they can ever live again, for the least, the lost and the last, and for the dead.


Remembrance Sunday Readings
Remembrance Sunday Readings


Christ, show leniency toward the individuals who cry;

Christ show leniency toward us when we get some distance from the calls of others.

Invigorate us the of sympathy, that we may never shield our eyes and hearts from agony, yet look to recuperate and favor.

Favor us with fortitude and arm us with expectation, that we may decrease the enduring of our reality.

Hear this our normal supplication and those of our souls which we offer at this point. (Paul Sheppy)

A petition for the individuals who grieve O God our asylum and our quality, a present assistance in a tough situation, we look for your solace and your approval for the individuals who grieve the passing of those they cherish, for every one of whose lives are destroyed by brutality, for all the enduring individuals of the world; through Jesus Christ our Lord


A prayer for the leaders of the nations
O God our heavenly father, whose love sets no boundaries and whose strength is in service; grant to the leaders of the nations wisdom courage and insight at this time of darkness and fear. Give to all who exercise authority a determination to defend the principles of freedom, love and tolerance strength to protect and safeguard the innocent and clarity of vision to guide the world into the paths of justice and peace. This we ask through our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen

A prayer for those who suffer
Father, we remember how your Son, during the time of his ministry on earth, had great compassion for those who suffered. We bring to you those who still suffer as the result of war. Hear our prayer, Father, for those who live with the pain and scars of bodily injury; for those whose minds are shattered by the horrors which they witnessed or endured; for those who have been bereaved; for those who do not believe in you or trust their fellow men. Grant to them peace of mind and heart, and relief from all their suffering,
Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.


Remembrance Sunday Readings
Remembrance Sunday Readings

A prayer for peace
O Prince of peace, Bring your peace into our disorded world. Come now to live in our hearts. Bring your order into our chaos. Hasten the day when you will come again, and all men will acknowledge your sovereign rule. In your name we ask this. Amen.

For our nation
Grant, O Lord, that our people may devote themselves unselfishly to the common good, giving much and taking little. Grant that we may love your Word and seek to obey your commandments, so that justice and peace, unity and concord, may reign in our land. Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Remembrance Sunday Readings
Remembrance Sunday Readings


Remembrance Sunday Readings
Remembrance Sunday Readings


Remembrance Sunday Readings
Remembrance Sunday Readings


Remembrance Sunday Readings
Remembrance Sunday Readings

For ourselves
O God our Father, help us to realise that all striving after justice must begin with ourselves, and not with others. Make us to be those who work for peace and seek always to express your love in the world. Help us to encourage the spirit of reconciliation, by being those who forgive, rather than those who try to establish their rights. We ask this in the name of the One who forgave those who persecuted him, even Jesus Christ

Let us pray for all who suffer as a result of conflict, and ask that God may give us peace: for the service men and women who have died in the violence of war, each one remembered by and known to God;
May God give peace God give peace
For those who love them in death as in life, offering the distress of our grief and the sadness of our loss;
May God give peace God give peace
For all members of the armed forces who are in danger this day, remembering family, friends and all who pray for their safe return;
May God give peace God give peace
For civilian women, children and men whose lives are disfigured by war or terror, calling to mind in penitence the anger and hatreds of humanity;
May God give peace God give peace
For peace-makers and peace-keepers, who seek to keep this world secure and free;
May God give peace God give peace
For all who bear the burden and privilege of leadership, political, military and religious; asking for gifts of wisdom and resolve in the search for reconciliation and peace.
May God give peace God give peace


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