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They Shall Grow Not Old

Resources for Remembrance, Memorial and Commemorative Services

Brian Elliott, Brian Elliott

They Shall Grow Not Old

Resources for Remembrance, Memorial and Commemorative Services

Brian Elliott, Brian Elliott

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Publisher: Canterbury Press Norwich
ISBN-13: 9781853117381
Published: 27/10/2006

This book contains a range of services developed from the official Remembrancetide resources published by the liturgical authorities of the British Isles. It includes:

  • a simple remembrance ceremony
  • a formal ceremony at a war memorial
  • a service for Remembrance Sunday
  • a veterans' service
  • a Remembrance service with a Eucharist
  • a parade service

and material for other related occasions that all parish clergy may be asked to conduct. No formal denominational services exist for these occasions and so this fills a real gap.

As well as complete services, it contains a wide range of greetings, biddings, opening prayers, confessions, intercessions, litanies, blessings as well as Bible readings printed out in full, so that civilian clergy and armed forces chaplains may create customized services according to local need.

This volume was produced in association with the Royal Army Chaplains' Department, building on the work of the Joint Liturgical Group (Churches Together in Britain and Ireland), the Liturgical Commission of the Church of England, the Panel on Worship of the Church of Scotland, and the Royal British Legion. This book would be useful throughout the Britain, Ireland and the Commonwealth.

A CD ROM of the whole text to aid framing your own services is included, with ready to print general service sheets for a number of occasions and with music for the Last Post.

 

Brian Elliott

Brian Elliott served 33 years as an Army chaplain and was for 10 of those years Liturgical Adviser to the Royal Army Chaplains' Department. He continues to minister as a part time chaplain and is an Honorary Canon of St Paul's Cathedral, Nicosia.

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