Online Book of Remembrance launched at St Paul’s Cathedral
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way mourn our loved ones; altering the way we say goodbye.
Tragically, members of our community in Sefton have died of coronavirus over the last two months and these people ought to be honoured and remembered.
Today, St Paul’s Cathedral are launching ‘Remember Me’, an online book of remembrance for all those who have died as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. People of any faith or none are invited to contribute to Remember Me.
From Friday 22 May 2020, family, friends or carers of those who have died can submit, free of charge, the name, photograph and a short message in honour of a deceased person via the Remember Me website.
The initiative is being supported by HRH The Prince of Wales and it is intended that there will be a physical Remember Me memorial at St Paul’s Cathedral in the future. In addition to this, the choristers of St Paul’s Cathedral have recorded a special anthem for the book of remembrance.
Join with people across the UK in sharing stories and pictures of your loved ones and contributing to this mass remembrance.