After the Armistice, what next?
The Revd Paul King begins the task of thinking beyond the events of 1918
Hymns and war – conflicting views
Two recent hymns for Remembrance Sunday raise questions about commemorating fallen service personnel in worship.
Once crimson poppies bloomed (Remembrance) (website only)
"Once crimson poppies bloomed" by Andrew Pratt New on 25 October 2012
Poppies to remember (website only)
"Poppies to remember" by Dominic Grant New on 25 October 2011
Remembering conflict – singing for peace
Hymns for Remembrance Sunday
Remembering conscientious objectors
Hymns that reflect the challenges of keeping the peace
Still looking for Remembrance Day commemoration ideas and resources? Look no further.
We shall not forget (website only)
“We shall not forget” by Andrew Murphy and Matt Allen New on 30 October 2018 – a Remembrance Sunday hymn that extends our thinking well beyond the limits of war