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Remembrance Day 11th November 2018

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As part of our worship service on Sunday 11th November, our congregation moved outside to plant a
Rosemary bush and unveil a plaque, located in our garden near the south portico.

This was to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War (WW1) and to honour those who have served our nation in all conflicts.

 

Thank you to Bill and Tony for your preparatory work.

Photo above, showing some of our congregation . . .

The plaque inscription reads . . .

 

PLANTED ON 11-11-2018

TO COMMEMORATE THE

CENTENARY OF THE END

OF W W 1 AND TO HONOUR

THOSE WHO SERVED

IN ALL CONFLICTS

Rosemary has become a universal symbol of remembrance.  The Rosemary plant has particular significance for Australians, as it is found growing wild on the Gallipoli peninsula a theatre of war for Australia.