The following is the full list of announcements for Remembrance Sunday next week across the Parish and the local area. This is also in video format at the bottom of this page if you prefer.
St. Luke’s Mullaglass annual Remembrance Sunday Service will take place on Sunday 8th November at the earlier time of 9:30am.
This Service is, as always open to all. As we are fortunate to have a large church, there are still plenty of available pews.
It will be a Service of Morning Prayer, with an act of Remembrance at our Roll of Honour.
This service will be livestreamed on YouTube, and will remain on YouTube, available to watch at anytime.
Poppies from the Royal British Legion are available in the Church Porch. Please consider donating. The Royal British Legion will not be able to fundraise as effectively this year, and so if you see a Poppy appeal box, and can afford to do so, please consider giving a small donation.
BESSBROOK & NEWRY CENOTAPHS
Acts of Remembrances will be going ahead in Both Bessbrook & Newry however both have been adapted due to the current situation we find ourselves in.
This year there will be no parade on Remembrance Sunday from the Legion Hall to the Cenotaph. However, we will still remember those who made the supreme sacrifice by having a short service and laying of wreaths. These numbers will be restricted due to the current regulations in place.
Other organisations who wish to lay a wreath will be given a time slot to do so, however, they will not be part of the short service.
The Legion Hall will not be open on Remembrance Sunday after the service at the Cenotaph.Please follow social distancing at all times.
The Legion has advised members of the public to keep safe, and if possible to stay at home on Remembrance Sunday.
Much the same as Bessbrook Cenotaph, a short service will take place at the cenotaph, with groups of around 10 laying wreaths, one after the other.
Again people are asked to stay away if possible, and if they are in attendance to follow all guidelines, keep their distance and stay safe.
BALLYMOYER – DRIVE IN REMEMBRANCE SERVICE
The Service at Ballymoyer Church of Ireland will be a drive-in Service, at 11:30am at the Church Grounds.
Rev. Alan Synnott, along with Rev. Chris Broddle (Both former Army Chaplains) will be recording an Online Remembrance Sunday Service which will be available on this website, along with YouTube this Sunday.
BESSBROOK AND BELLEEK
Both Bessbrook and Belleek’s services will be at their normal times of 11:30am and 1:30pm respectively.