[Anglican Communion News Service] Churches around the United Kingdom have been praying for the victims of the June 3 terrorist attack in London and their families and friends. Seven people died and 48 were injured when three men drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge and then went on the rampage stabbing people in bars and in the street.
Speaking at Folkestone in Kent on June 4, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby said, “The terrorists want to divide us. They want to make us hate one another. They want to change our way of life. But just like we saw in Manchester, Londoners are responding with generosity and open hearts… with courage and resilience.”