100 Days of Peace
4th August 2018
How You Can Join In
On 4 August 1918 King George V called a National Day of Prayer. One hundred days later the war ended.
Remembrance 100 launches on 4 August 2018 with 100 Days of Peace and Hope – prayers, Bible readings, reflections and peace-making activities – these are all available to download from the Hope Together website – click the image for more information.
The free downloads of 100 Days of Peace and Hope include the ‘6 Rs of Reconciliation’ written by the Archbishop of Canterbury who says in his foreword: ‘From 4 August let us mark 100 days with prayers for peace, hope and reconciliation.’ Click here to read the Archbishop’s foreword in full.
Contributors to the 100 Days of Peace and Hope include members and staff from the Church of England, the Methodist Church, the United Reformed Church, the Armed Forces Christian Union, Bible Society, the Evangelical Alliance, the HOPE leadership team, Sports Chaplaincy UK, Christian Vision for Men, the World Prayer Centre, the Anglican Communion Office, the Peace Alliance and other chaplaincies and Christian ministries.
Remembrance 100 is a collaboration between Christian denominations, ministries and chaplaincies to help churches mark the centenary of the First World War at the heart of their communities.
100 Days of Peace and Hope is available with Bible readings, reflections and prayers for each week to download. This includes an introduction by the Archbishop of Canterbury, plus the Bible readings, reflections and prayers for 4th and 5th August.
If you would like your own digital copy, please click on the image below: