National Memorial Service for the Grenfell Tower Disaster.

 

Today there is a Memorial Service being held at St. Paul’s at 11am for the terrible fire back in July of the Grenfell Tower block. The service will be shown live on BBC1 so everyone can be involved if they want to.

The scale of the disaster is sometimes just too big to fully understand, but we now know that 71 people died. There are many hundreds of people who have been affected by what happened that night, the families and friends of those who died, those who escaped from the fire, the emergency services who attended the fire and lastly the community who live in the shadows of the tower with the memories that brings back. We hold them in our prayers this day as they recall that terrible night.

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One thought on “National Memorial Service for the Grenfell Tower Disaster.

  1. What a beautiful memorial service at St. Paul’s Cathedral this morning to remember the terrible tragedy. We all joined the bereaved and survivors in sincere sympathy. They carried photographs of their beloved ones and white roses.

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