St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne – At the 10.30am service on Sunday 6 August – will mark the anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima with a special Peace Day commemoration. There will be a vigil at the Cathedral in the afternoon and a talk on disarnament and peace at the Unitarian Church.
The Japanese Consul-General, Mr Kazuyoshi Matsunaga, has been invited by the Dean to deliver a brief message on peace, and the Melbourne Chapter of Ikebana International (Japanese flower arranging) will provide the floral arrangements, which can be viewed in the Cathedral throughout the day.
Members of the Japanese community in Melbourne, and all who are committed to working for peace, are warmly invited to attend.
2-4 p.m Peace Vigil Outside St Paul’s Cathedral
Organised by the Medical Association for the Prevention of War
Campaign for International Co-operation and Disarmament
Commemoration of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Day
The CICD and the Melbourne Unitarian Church are presenting a speaker and exhibition to mark these significant anniversaries We are inviting you to attend this event: Speaker: Richard Tanter at the Melbourne Unitarian Church 110 Grey Street East Melbourne, 2-4.30 p.m
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