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Hanwell Methodist Church
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This year’s Ealing Animal Charities Fair
was again held at Hanwell Methodist Church.

A Prayer Tree was made available in the Church
where visitors to the event were invited to write
names and messages on a card and hang the
cards on the tree to remember those they
have loved or known.

Those visitors writing cards and hanging them on the tree were told that the names of those they have loved would be displayed on the Church website for the month of March. By the end of the 2019 event, 29 cards had been placed on the Tree. The names we are asked to remember are given below.

Prayers for the Animals

A Prayer for the Animals

You can use this short prayer in memory of our beloved animals or you can make up your own prayers.

Dear God, you have given us care over all living things; protect and bless the animals who give us companionship and delight, make us their true friends and worthy companions. Protect and bless all beings that breathe, and let those now accepted into your kingdom be at peace. Amen.

Our tree of remembrance

Remembering those I have loved...
Benny, Womble, Chas, Ginger and Cilla
Best Boy
Boysley and Ted
The 1,100 greyhoundswho died in the racing industry in 2017
Jim and Charlie the chimp
Max and Millie
And Monty to stay well
Saffy and Patsy
Santa, Jumble and Spimz
Spud. Please take care of Sally when she gets there.
Ted dog and Shadow cat and all the animal kingdom
Teddy, Lady and Ricky
Tiggy, Holly, Sarah, Doki Lucy,Danny, Jack, Ali, Billy,Rosie
Tina, Ben, Jemima.
The ten beautiful cats I have loved.
Our cat the
white shirt and Beauty the rabbit
All animals named and unnamed.
And people as well.

Apologies for any errors and omissions and if some of the names and/or spellings are incorrect - I read the cards as best as I could.

The Animals’ Prayer Tree

Remembering those I have loved...

This year’s Ealing Animal Charities Fair was again held at Hanwell Methodist Church and, as in previous years, an Animals’ Prayer Tree was made available for visitors to write a message on a card remembering animals they have known or loved.

Click here to visit the page where the names of those wished to be remembered are displayed and a prayer can be said for them.