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London Bridge Attacks, 3 June

11 months, 2 weeks ago


From the Bishop and the Dean

In the aftermath of the London Bridge attack on Saturday 3 June, the Bishop of Southwark, the Rt Revd Christopher Chessun and the Dean of Southwark, the Very Revd Andrew Nunn comment:

'The truly shocking events that happened at London Bridge and Borough Market have irrevocably changed the lives of many people and have deeply affected the local community.  Our prayers are with all who have been touched by these events.  At present Southwark Cathedral remains closed but when we re-open there will be the chance for people to come in and pray and talk to our clergy and chaplains.  There will also be books of condolence and a place to leave flowers. Until then we hold all people in our prayers.'

Praying for SE1

Loving God, when terror came to our doorstep,
and stalked our streets
you were there with us
in the fear and agony.
Remain with us
and with all those caught up
in the horror of these events,
the injured and distressed
those who died
and all who seek your peace
which passes understanding.