Spiritualism will once more be represented at a national level on Remembrance Sunday - November 10th, 2019. SNU President Minister David Bruton will join other faith leaders and stand alongside the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London for the National Memorial Service. He will be joined by Minister June English. The event will be broadcast live by the BBC, with highlights broadcast later in the day. The television broadcasts will be presented by David Dimbleby and Sophie Raworth. Details are as follows:

Coverage of Remembrance Sunday commemorations from the Cenotaph in Whitehall. Her Majesty the Queen, members of the Royal Family, the Prime Minister and other leading politicians, representatives from many of the World's religions, the Commonwealth and the Armed Forces gather for the Two Minute Silence.

The Prince of Wales leads the traditional wreath laying ceremony which was followed by the march past of veterans to commemorate the sacrifice of the British and Commonwealth military and civilian servicemen and women from both World Wars and later conflicts.

> BBC 1 Live Broadcast, Starting at 10.15 am to 11.50 am. The programme will be available to watch online on BBC iPlayer shortly after broadcast. Information here (Links to BBC Website)

> BBC Radio 4 live broadcast, from 10.30 am to 11.45 am. Information here (Links to BBC Website)

> BBC World Service will also make a radio broadcast starting at 10.29 am to 11.30 am (local time), and be available to listen online shortly afterwards: Information here (Links to BBC Website)

> Highlights of the event, broadcast on BBC2 at 6.45pm, and available on BBC iPlayer afterwards: Information here (Links to BBC Website)

In addition, many Spiritualists and Spiritualist Churches will be representing their religion at Remembrance Ceromonies and events around the UK.

You can read about last year's events by downloading the article shown below from our members' magazine, SNU Today: Download (PDF) Here