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Remember War, Make Peace

Kevin Mayhew

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Services, reflections, prayers and readings for Remembrance Sunday
Bravery does not belong to one flag. This resource book provides prayers, reflections, songs and services for Remembrance Sunday with a global perspective in which all casualties of war are remembered. Much of the material originates from the Movement for the Abolition of War and aims to honour Harry Patch’s words: ‘War isn’t worth one life.’

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Product Code1501235
NameRemember War, Make Peace
SupplierKevin Mayhew
AuthorIntroduced By Bruce Kent
Short DescriptionServices, reflections, prayers and readings for Remembrance Sunday
Pack Size1
Size174mm x 252mm
Count96 Pages
Date Published1 Jul 2010
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A Good Resource Review by Jean Andrews
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This is an excellent book with plenty of resource material regardless of the type of remembrance service you are taking. the disappointment for me was the Nick Fawcett remembrance services which I already had in another book. That aside, there is plenty of new material from the First World War onwards. (Posted on 31/10/2018)
Five Stars Review by L.J.Bridgeman
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REally useful thought-provoking resource. (Posted on 21/09/2018)
Five Stars Review by Amazon User
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Great resource (Posted on 21/09/2018)
Very useful tool Review by Jayne Burdett
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I was most impressed with this book. Remembrance Day service are tricky to do as it can affect people in very different ways. This book was very useful and gave ideas for services and also looking at ways of presenting a service. A very thought-provoking book and I can see myself referring back to this book for many years to come. (Posted on 21/09/2018)

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Bruce Kent

Bruce Kent was born in 1929. After school he served in the army for two years, then took a degree in law at Oxford University.

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