The service on the 14th December will be named “The Grenfell Tower Memorial Service – Remembrance, Hope and Unity”.
According to the Diocese of London, survivors and bereaved families requested the service following discussions with the Bishop of Kensington and the Dean and Chapter of St Paul’s.
The Cathedral has worked with local residents on the order of service, which will focus on remembering those who lost their lives, providing messages of support for the bereaved and offering strength and hope for the future.
There will be 1500 free tickets for the service which will be made available locally in North Kensington.
Representatives will also be invited from a wide range of local faith and cultural groups, as well as the emergency services personnel who responded to the fire.
Rt Rev Dr Graham Tomlin, the Bishop of Kensington, who has worked with the North Kensington community since the fire, said: “Hosting this service at St Paul’s Cathedral, an iconic venue in London, recognises the significance of this tragedy both for the local community and the wider nation.
“My hope and prayer is that it will help us remember those who lost their lives, bring comfort and strength to the bereaved, and point a way to a better future.”
Shahin Sadafi, Chair of Grenfell United, said survivors of the fire still face much “uncertainty” and “distress” since the fire and haven’t seen significant change.
He added: “However, we…
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