On Sunday 10th November, after our Service of Remembrance inside the church, prayers were said at our Peace Pole in the grounds of the White Church, and members of the congregation placed crosses in memory of individuals special to them.
On Sunday 7th April 2019, the White Church hosted an Ecumenical Service for Peace led by Reverend Daleen ten Cate which included the dedication of the Peace Pole, recently installed in the grounds of the Church. Prayers of Adoration, Confession and Thanksgiving were read by Ruth Cooper, Janice Downward and Jan Hirst; a litany of […]
The new Peace Pole at the White Church is now bedded in. It received some coverage in the Lytham St Annes Express, in the 15th November edition, thanks to our publicity officer John Cooper. A photo was published together with a couple of column inches. Val Atkinson, who is responsible for the White Church’s Peace […]
On Monday 29th October 2018, a chilly but wonderfully bright day, a Peace Pole was installed in the grounds of the White Church. Peace Poles are monuments recognised throughout the world as symbols of the desire for peace between people and nations. The idea originated with Masahisa Goi in Japan, in 1955. Masahisa Goi dedicated […]