Chapel at Lincoln Cathedral dedicated to members of emergency services

In the first of its kind in the country, a chapel within Lincoln Cathedral has been dedicated for members of the emergency services.

This unique space is one of a kind and offers a place where family and friends can gather, reflect and pause with quiet contemplation on the lives of those who have served with Ambulance, Police, Fire and Rescue, and the National Health Services. Read the full article here

Rev'd Tanya Lord, Lead Chaplain Lincolnshire Police said

Tanya Sermon Pic“The Golden thread running throughout the service is based upon the Scripture from Matthews Gospel Chapter 25 verse 40 “whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me”. It reflects so beautifully the vocation our emergency workers have to serve, so selflessly, the people of their communities, they are quite literally Christs hands and feet on earth.
“My hope is that a visit to the Chapel will be an opportunity to sit in the quiet and reflect, to give thanks, to meet with God and to leave carrying with them hope for the future and a peace that passes all human understanding.”



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