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What is Holocaust Memorial Day, 27 January is the day for everyone to remember the six million Jews. murdered in the Holocaust and the millions of people killed under Nazi. Persecution and in the genocides which followed in Cambodia Rwanda. Bosnia and Darfur, 27 January marks the liberation of Auschwitz Birkenau the largest Nazi. death camp, In the UK thousands of local events and activities take place every year. each one an opportunity for people to reflect on those whose lives were. changed beyond recognition and to challenge prejudice discrimination. and hatred in our own society today, On HMD we all have a role to play to ensure that we learn the lessons of the. past to create a safer better future, How to use this resource.
This resource is produced by the Council of Christians and Jews CCJ with. the support of the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust HMDT It is designed. for use by Christians in a worship setting on Holocaust Memorial Day or a. Sunday close to Holocaust Memorial Day It is not a complete service liturgy. but it includes a suggested liturgy for an act of commemoration within. Christian worship Commentaries are provided on the readings set for. Sunday 27th January 2019 referencing the theme for Holocaust Memorial. Day 2019 Torn from home The resource can be adapted as necessary for. your own context however it is hoped that it will provide inspiration and. guidance so that church communities can remember the Holocaust Nazi. persecution and subsequent genocides as a fundamental part of their. Christian witness and discipleship, CCJ is grateful to alumni of their annual seminars at the International School. of Holocaust Studies Yad Vashem who have contributed to this resource. Outline of the resource, This resource follows the below structure Please use it as you see fit for your. Why should Christians observe Holocaust Memorial Day. An opening reflection, Testimonies you can read aloud. Reflections on the lectionary for 27 January 2019, Questions to consider and further resources. Pictured the memorial to the deportees Yad Vashem, Why should Christians mark HMD.
The Council of Christians and Jews CCJ encourages Christian. communities churches clergy individual practicing Christians to observe. Holocaust Memorial Day, This is for two reasons Firstly there is the historical and the theological A. Christian in a post Holocaust world cannot ignore the Holocaust The reality. that 6 million Jews were murdered by people who were mostly baptised. Christians and who lived in Christian societies has an unavoidable impact. on the Christian s personal faith Secondly there is the personal and the. political There is a Christian duty to hear and give space to human story. the experience of Holocaust victims and survivors should be a large part of. that and because of the related Christian duty to reshape the world in love. for all people The fact that on HMD we remember subsequent genocides. as well is a reminder that people of faith are called to witness in the world. as it is and to work to prevent the onset of hatred which tears people from. So what does the 2019 theme torn from home mean in a context of Christians. observing Holocaust Memorial Day, It is likely that you will use this resource in a church building This setting. this space has an important thing to say about the theme torn from home. Because a church is supposed to be a home It is God s house Our church. congregations are families where the individual worshipper is welcomed and. encouraged to feel at home God s love is a familial presence Christians. and Jews are taught that every human being is created in God s image. Home is critical in a Christian context, And the Christian understanding of home has important things to bear on. how we encourage you to observe Holocaust Memorial Day 2019 Firstly. in terms of how churches remember the Holocaust There are many things. we could say from a Christian point of view about loss of home during the. Holocaust If church as a space represents home we could ask where was. that home when church doors were closed when people sought refuge. Christians could also consider whether Church was still a home when church. buildings were used in some cases in Eastern Europe as spaces where Jews. were collected before being deported or murdered It is important to help. Christians look squarely at the uncomfortable history of other Christians. who failed to provide a home for those who needed it or indeed at the exam. ples of those few who did provide a home but to do so in a way which does. not shy away from the complicated nature of history. Secondly by remembering how the Christian understanding of home was. destroyed in the Holocaust churches can be encouraged to look critically at. the world around us today to acknowledge the failings of different societies. in subsequent genocides and to commit to a world which has learned from. the horrors of the past With the theme torn from home in mind churches can. encourage their community to ask questions what does home mean in a. world where communities are increasingly divided and where all of us in. creasingly shut ourselves away in private echo chambers What does it mean. to be torn from home in a world facing the biggest trend of forced migration. since the Second World War Can places of worship and community build. ings be home when people fear persecution, Part of our response to HMD s theme for 2019 is to encourage Christians and. people of all faith communities to pose these questions Torn from home asks. serious things about history and memory but it also calls on all of us to make. the world today a home for everyone, Rob Thompson, Senior Programme Manager CCJ.
An opening reflection and prayer, We gather to remember what many of us have never experienced or seen. But we have heard that millions were torn from home removed from all that. was familiar and relocated with an orchestrated cruelty that stretches the. mind We have seen the evidence We have heard the witness. Today we remember and share the silence of remembering together. We who dwell in security cannot imagine the horror of being uprooted in. uncertainty, We who enjoy comfort cannot comprehend the depths of pain. We who seek to know still struggle to understand how it came to be that. humanity could become so inhuman, Millions of Jews and others were torn from their home uprooted. But they will not be torn from our memory, Today they have a home in the silence of our shared remembering. A prayer to follow silence, Heavenly Father, whose many gifts include memory and empathy.
we hold in remembrance before you those many of the Jewish people. who were murdered harmed or displaced in the horror of Nazi persecution. and whose communities were destroyed, In your mercy help us to learn to accept our differences without fear. and cleanse our hearts of all hatred, So may every human community flourish and every home be secure. to the advancement of your loving purposes, and the glory of your name. Joan Salter is a child survivor of the Holocaust This photograph was. taken in her dining room, Suggested prayers, A prayer of commitment. for those of us who haven t experienced it, we cannot really imagine what it is like to go through such an atrocity as the.
Holocaust or other genocides, but may Jesus manifesto. to proclaim release to the captives and let the oppressed go free. be our manifesto, Help us to be alert to the insidious creep of the type of propaganda. that led to Jewish people and other victims of genocide being seen as. sub human dispensable, Help us overcome any fear and apathy. and grant us the courage to speak and act in the face of evil. Help us to imagine the world as you would have it be. and to strive for it no matter how impossible that might appear. Help us truly to be the body of Christ, living in tune with your will for the whole of humanity. In his name we pray, A prayer for use in secondary schools.
Lord Jesus on this special day we pray for the victims of the Holocaust. We pray in thanksgiving for the survivors for their lives and their witness. to the horrors they experienced We pray that what happened in those dark. years may never be forgotten so that new generations may be warned. against the rise of evil and prejudice and intolerance of others. In our school we thank you for those who teach us especially in History and. Religious Education Help us to give every attention to the values for our. future lives which come from our faith May we never forget what History. teaches us about making decisions and our responsibilities as citizens. We ask you today to bless our Jewish brothers and sisters. We ask this for Jesus Christ s sake, Pictured the Kindertransport. A prayer of confession, There should be a pause after voice 1 a briefer pause after voice 2 and a silence. after voice 3, Voice 1 Be still and know that I am God Psalm 46 10. Voice 2 Forgive we beg the haste that leads us to forget your presence in. our world and its peoples, Voice 3 Grant us the confidence to pause and ponder your image in those. we encounter, Voice 1 You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all.
your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind and your neigh. bour as yourself Luke 10 27, Voice 2 Forgive we beg the limits we have placed on love. Voice 3 Grant us the imagination and the desire to extend the boundaries. we have set that we may encompass all within our sphere of concern and. Voice 1 I have set before you life and death blessings and curses Choose. life so that you and your descendants may live Deuteronomy 30 19. Voice 2 Forgive we beg the decisions we have made that have wrought. havoc and destruction, Voice 3 Grant us the courage to stand and speak for what brings life and joy. Voice 1 Consider whether the light in you is not darkness Luke 11 35. Voice 2 Forgive we beg the carelessness that fails to recognise the full con. sequences of our actions, Voice 3 Grant us the discernment that enables us to act at all times with. Voice 1 From this time forward I make you hear new things hidden things. that you have not known Isaiah 48 6, Voice 2 Forgive us we beg the arrogance that leads us to think that we. know all there is to know, Voice 3 Grant us the humility which allows for growth of understanding so.
that we remain open to new possibilities, Voice 1 And forgive us our sins for we ourselves forgive everyone indebted. to us Luke 11 4, Voice 2 If only this were true If only we could forgive all who have or whom. we have perceived to have done us wrong If only our grudges weren t so. deep and rigid If only the anger didn t grow within us If only our desire for. retribution weren t so strong If only we could forgive. Voice 3 Grant us the faith that allows us to believe in your forgiveness. Voice 1 Then hear from heaven your dwelling place their prayer and their. pleas maintain their cause and forgive your people who have sinned against. you 2 Chronicles 6 39, Thanks be to God, Closing prayer. As we go from this house of prayer into a world of challenge and. We remember the pain of the past, As we obey God s commandments and follow Christ s way. We recognise life s need for love, As we seek the truth and glimpse God in all people and all places.
We go to make the world a home for everyone, The Butterfly. He was the last Truly the last, Such yellowness was bitter and blinding. Like the sun s tear shattered on stone, That was his true colour. And how easily he climbed and how high, Certainly climbing he wanted. To kiss the last of my world, I have been here for seven weeks.
Ghettoized, Who loved me have found me, And the branches also of the white chestnut in the yard. But I haven t seen a butterfly here, The last one was the last one. There are no butterflies here in the ghetto, by Pavel Friedmann Theresienstadt 4 June 1942. Pavel Friedmann The Butterfly in Ed Hilda Schiff Holocaust Poetry New York St Martin s. Press 1995 p 25, I was not there by Karen Gershon rescued as a child on the Kindertransport. The morning they set out from home, I was not there to comfort them.
the dawn was innocent with snow, in mockery it is not true. the dawn was neutral was immune, their shadows threaded it too soon. they were relieved that it had come, I was not there to comfort them. One told me that my father spent, a day in prison long ago. he did not tell me that he went, what difference does it make now.
when he set out when he came home, I was not there to comfort him. and now I have no means to know, of what I was kept ignorant. Both my parents died in camps, I was not there to comfort them. I was not there they were alone, my mind refuses to conceive. the life the death they must have known, I must atone because I live.
I could not have saved them from death, the ground is neutral underneath. Every child must leave its home, time gathers life impartially. I could have spared them nothing since, I was too young it is not true. they might have lived to succour me, and none shall say in my defence. had I been there to comfort them, it would have made no difference.
Karen Gershon I was not there in Ed Hilda Schiff Holocaust Poetry New York St Martin s. the support of the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust HMDT It is designed for use by Christians in a worship setting on Holocaust Memorial Day or a Sunday close to Holocaust Memorial Day It is not a complete service liturgy but it includes a suggested liturgy for an act of commemoration within Christian worship Commentaries are provided on the

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