On September 11 2001, 67 British citizens were casualties of the horrific terrorist attack that changed the world forever. In honour of all the victims, there are a number of events scheduled in London to mark the ten year anniversary of 9/11.
All events are scheduled for Sunday 11 September 2011.
St Paul’s Cathedral
Remembering with Hope (11.00)
A service to commemorate the10th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Centre and the 20th anniversary of the Fire Fighters Memorial Trust. To apply for a ticket to attend this service please download the ticket request form
Awareness Sunday (18.30; doors 17.30)
Awareness Sunday will be an opportunity for remembrance, reconciliation and better relationships with those of other faiths as we recall the Christian values of love, forgiveness and respect. As believers, we are called to love our neighbours as ourselves, whatever our neighbours’ religious faith or worldview. Service will also broadcast on Radio 4. Tickets must be requested by 26 August by visiting this link.
The American Church in London
79a Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 4TD
Service of Remembrance and Hope (11.00)
A special service of worship, readings, music and prayers for peace. The service will be assisted by guests the London Community Gospel Choir and Music by the ACL Fellowship Choir.
Hampstead and Highgate Literary Festival
London Jewish Cultural Centre, Ivy House, 94-96 North End Road, London NW11 7SX
9/11: Ten Years On (11.00)
Political journalist David Aaronovitch, BBC broadcaster Gavin Esler, military expert Frank Ledwidge and editor John Freeman in discussion. For ticket prices and information, visit here.