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United Remembrance Service – June deportations 80

Sunday 13.06.2021 to Monday 14.06.2021
Online

Please join us for a pre-recorded commemoration to remember all the Baltic people who endured the repressions of the Soviet Regime.

This is a newly recorded commemoration and this year will include prayers led by representatives of the Baltic clergy in the UK; a prayer in English led by Reverend Canon Bernhard Schunemann; new messages of remembrance from each of the Baltic Ambassadors to London; and an address by our guest preacher this year – the Right Reverend Jāna Jēruma-Grīnberga.

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The video service will be available on the Baltic Council in Great Britain Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Baltic-Council-GB from 00:01 hours GMT on the 13th June.

We also invite you, on the evening of the 13-14th June, to light a candle in your window for all the Baltic people who suffered at the hands of Soviet Communism. Please send your photos to the Baltic Council to be  published on The Baltic Council in Great Britain Facebook page.
Photos can be sent via email, We Transfer or Dropbox to simonpurins@gmail.com

As there will be no service collection again this year, if you wish to make a donation to the ongoing work of St. James’s in supporting its community during this crisis, then you can do so via their website: https://www.sjp.org.uk/donate.html

Sunday 13.06.2021 to Monday 14.06.2021
Online