Remembrance Sunday Services 14 November
You are welcome to join us at 10.55am on Sunday 14th November 2021, which is Remembrance Sunday. The earlier than usual start will allow us to mark a 2 minute silence at 11.00am. The service will be Choral Eucharist with the Very Reverend Stephen Forde, Dean of Belfast, as preacher and celebrant, and there will be an Act of Remembrance.
The Communion motet will be And I saw a new heaven by Edgar Bainton and the Mass setting will be Communion Service in C by Sir Charles Villiers Stanford.
Those attending this service are reminded that face coverings must be worn when entering, exiting and moving around within the building. We request that they also be worn during the service itself, but certainly during the parts of the service where there is congregational singing.
Social distancing requirements should be observed during and after the service. Holy Communion will be in one kind only.
Currently we are not livestreaming services. However, the spoken parts of the Eucharist can be accessed by clicking on the link at the foot of this page. For those without internet access, the service can also be accessed through the Audio Telephone Service by dialing 028 9532 0355. We try to post this early Sunday afternoon.
A Service of Reflection featuring a devotional performance of Fauré’s Requiem, interspersed with prayer, scripture, and reflective readings of poetry and prose, will take place at 3.30pm. Doors open at 3.00pm and entry will be on a first come, first served basis until we reach capacity.
A copy of the both Orders of Service can be downloaded below.
There is currently an exhibition on display in the Ambulatory: “Everyday Objects Transformed by the Troubles” by Healing Through Remembering.