Thursday, 23 April 2015

Centenary Events outside London 24th to 26 April 2015

24 April - Cardiff (Mission Parish) 
Separate email sent with full details.
Prayers and laying of flowers at the Temple of Peace khatchkar
Book launch of Canon Patricks's new book on the genocide at the
National Assembly of Wales with participation of distinguished speakers

24 April - Ireland (Dublin Mission Parish)
Short Prayer Service at 10:30 am
Photographic exhibition at Hotel Dun Laoghaire  between 12:30-18:30
Silent Vigil at dusk at 19:30 to release 100 Chinese lanterns to commemorate  the anniversary

24 April - Leek, Trinity Church, Derby Street
Out of Darkness into Light multi media evening event to mark the
centenary of the Armenian Genocide and to remember other genocides,
including testimony of righteous persons, with Tigran Aleksanyan
playing the duduk

24 April - University of Kent, Canterbury  at 17:45
Gulbenkian Film Series
Screening of The Cut film 

In 1915 a man survives the Armenian genocide, but loses his 
family, speech and faith. One night he learns that his twin daughters 
may be alive, and goes on a quest to find them.

Dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of Armenian Genocide. 

25 April - Manchester, Holy Trinity Church, 229 Upper Brook Street, M13 0FY
Commemorative Evening at 4 pm

25 April - Tetbury, Gloucestershire 
Laying of Wreath in memory the Armenian Genocide victims in the 
church World War 1 memorial 
Prayers will also be delivered on the Sunday during church service. 

25 April - Oxted ,Surrey, United Reformed Church, 21 Bluhouse Lane, RH8 0AA  (AGCCC) 
The Sinfonietta Centenary Memorial Concert
at 7:30 pm 
with works by renowned Armenian composers.

26 April - Dublin (Mission Parish) 
Remembrance service at 3:00 pm Tanney Church, Dundrum
attended by the Archbishop of Dublin and representatives of the 
Catholic and Methodist churches
Irish book launch of Canon Patrick Thomas' book
Lighting of 100 candles
Cultural content and photographic exhibition 

26 April - Bradford Cathedral 
Worship and Prayer Vigil for persecuted Christians in the Middle East 
and commemoration of the Armenian Genocide

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