Event at Houses of Parliament was ‘a celebration of family’
Prominent Anglican broadcaster Rev Canon Ann Easter and well-known Christian Member of Parliament David Burrowes received the 2014 Family Values Awards from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) at a celebratory event held at the United Kingdom Houses of Parliament (December 10).
Nicky Morgan MP and Minister of State for Education and Women’s Equality gave a reading at a World War 1 Commemoration held in the Loughborough LDS Chapel on Sunday evening the 2nd of November 2014. Members of the Loughborough congregation and others from around the Leicester area presented readings and musical items to the delight of the more than 350 who attended, including many, like the Mayor of Charnwood, Councillor Paul Day, who had never before been inside the building.
In the midst of World War I, one of the most violent conflicts of human history, German and Allied soldiers stepped out of their trenches, shook hands, and observed a series of ceasefires. It was a time when tensions paused for a moment in December 1914 as soldiers from both sides remembered what it meant to be peaceable and honourable, a Christmas truce.
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