The Roll of Honour takes the form of a large
'poster with' 33 photographs of the men
connected to the Mission.
A copy of the Roll and a commemorative
booklet produced for the unveiling ceremony
which contains an Order of Service and a
list of 37 men and their ranks and
regiments/ship can be seen at Crosby Library
[Ref C940.3 BAN].
A Roll of Honour Service for Members of the
Mission and its Organisations who have
fallen in the Great War 1914-1918 was held
at Bankhall Mission, Kirkdale on Sunday 22nd
June 1919, in continuation of the Evening
The service was opened with the hymn, "In
heavenly love abiding" by Anna L. Waring
which was followed by a reading from
Scripture. A second hymn, "Jesus, Who cams't
for us to live", which was specially written
by J.F. Smith "in memory of our fallen
comrades" was followed by prayers and the
unveiling of the Roll of Honour itself.
The service concluded with the hymn, "For
all the saints who from their labours rest"
(Bishop How) and the Benediction.