A church in the United Kingdom will not sing the hymn, “Onward, Christian Soldiers,” during the service on Remembrance Sunday, which commemorates the contribution of British war dead, so as not to “offend” non-Christians. St Peter’s Church in Oadby, Leicester, will end its Remembrance Day parade with, “All People That On Earth Do Dwell,” because the hymn sounds more multi-cultural, and some

members of Oadby Royal British Legion social club have threatened to boycott the service, BBC reports. The decision to drop the hymn from the service was taken “because members of the community from a wide range of cultural backgrounds attend this event, which is a parade, a service in church and laying of wreaths at the war memorial,” the church said in a statement. READ MORE