Armistice Remembrance 2018

The Armistice took place on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918, between the Allies and Germany and brought the end of WWI. This year marked the centenary of the signing of the Armistice and the city of Brighton & Hove as with other places around the UK and the world, commemorated the occasion with great solemnity.

At the kind invitation of the Archdeacon of Brighton & Lewes, the Venerable Martin Lloyd-Williams, Metropolitan Jerome of Selsey joined other faith leaders to offer prayers at the city’s War Memorial with Bishop Martin Warner of Chichester and fellow trustees of Brighton & Hove Faith in Action, Rabbi Andrea Zanardo of Brighton & Hove Reform Synagogue and Sabri Ben Ameur from the Brighton & Hove Muslim Forum.

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