Service of Hope following the terror attack in Westminster

Westminster Abbey has held a Service of Hope following the terror attack in Westminster.

The service was taken by the Dean of Westminster, the Very Reverend Dr John Hall,  and attended by Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.

The office of the Bishop of London was represented by The Venerable Luke Miller, Archdeacon of London. Archdeacon Luke chairs the Faith Sector Panel of the London Resilience Forum and is responsible for helping Faith Communities across London be ready to respond in major incidents.

Prayers were led by the Reverend Christopher Stoltz, Minor Canon and Precentor of Westminster and said by Commander Mak Chishty, Metropolitan Police Service; Rabbi Baroness Julia Neuberger DBE; Aliya Azam; Police Constable Jaskaran Garcha, Metropolitan Police Service; the Reverend Anthony Ball, Canon in Residence; and the Mayor of London.

You can read more about the service here.