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John William Womersley

On 4th June 1915, one hundred years ago today, John William Womersley, a member of St Chrysostom’s Church, wass killed in the Battle of Krithia, on the Gallipoli peninsula. He was 31 years old. John (Jack) Womersley was born on … Continue reading

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WW1 Hearing through silence

We’ve invited people of different backgrounds and experiences, connected with St Chrysostom’s, to offer a thought on the commemoration of World War One. (An earlier post is here). Florence writes: Mostly what I associate with the First World War is … Continue reading

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WW1: Teaching our children to be peacemakers

We will be offering some thoughts and comments from members of St Chrysostom’s congregation about the World War One commemorations in the coming months. Thank you to Sandra Palmer for this one, to start us off. Sandra is a retired … Continue reading

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