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Remembrance Sunday at York Minster

Part of a Season of Remembrance at York Minster

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Watch our Remembrance Sunday service live from 10:30am HERE.
For the Order of Service click HERE

A simple service of thanksgiving and commemoration for Remembrance Sunday will be livestreamed by the local military from York Minster on Sunday 8 November at 10.30am. The service will now be held without a congregation in line with the Government’s new national restrictions to control the spread of the Covid-19 infection.

The Archbishop of York, The Most Revd Stephen Cottrell, will preach at the service which will include the act of commemoration and the national two minutes silence. Only those required for the service will be permitted inside the cathedral on the day.

On the same day at 4pm, a service of Digital Evensong will be broadcast from St John’s Chapel in York Minster. St John’s Chapel is a significant place of remembrance for the Military Community in the city and the service will be led by the Revd Richard Hall, Chaplain to the 2nd Signal Regiment and York Garrison and the Revd D J Barrett CF, Assistant Chaplain General, 1st (United Kingdom) Division, Imphal Barracks, York.


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