God's acre

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the yard associated with a church


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Caption: A candlelight vigil is held annually at God's Acre Veterans' Cemetery, CFB Esquimalt's military cemetery.
The churchyard has become part of the God's Acre - Yorkshire's Living Churchyards project.
The manual suggests occasional community or sponsored evenings to make floodlighting more of a special occasion and calls for a revival of the God's Acre tradition of churchyard management, using more of the land to provide havens for wildlife and plants.
178), and in Housman's God's Acre, 'the churchyard's idle ground' does not repeat with empty ground the empty in the next line, and the later line 'With the seeds that never grow' loses its rhythm with the omission of the (p.
Moravians settled here in 1830 (from Winston-Salem, North Carolina), built three schools, the 1830s God's Acre Cemetery, and the 1875 Hope Moravian Church.
said Andrea Gilpin, of the Caring for God's Acre (CGA) charity.