Remembering The Great War

Family service and commemoration night at St Barnabas

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St Barnabas, Ealing are the custodians of a war memorial on the corner of Pitshanger Lane and Denison Road.

They are working with the local community to mark the centenary of the commencement of World War One with some special events.

Sunday August 3rd, at 10:30 am

St Barnabas will hold a special Family Service to commemorate the entry of the United Kingdom into the Great War.

During the service the refurbished War Memorial on the corner of Denison Road and Pitshanger Lane will be re-dedicated in memory of the Men and Women who have given their lives for others in all wars.

Monday August 4th, at 7:00pm

A special commemorative evening at St Barnabas to remember the impact of the Great War.

There will readings of diaries and journals, a showing of one of the greatest ant war films made '' All Quiet on the Western Front” and St Barnabas will join with those in Westminster Abbey to watch the ‘Lights going out over Europe’.

The doors will open at 6pm, supper and snacks will be available throughout.

These events are joint efforts between St Barnabas, the Pitshanger Community Association and the Brentham Society.

All are very welcome to attend and also to publicise these events as widely as possible.

St Barnabas church is on the corner of Pitshanger Lane and Denison Road. It is on the E2 and E9 bus routes and local street parking is unrestricted.


9th July 2014