Worldwide peace vigils - latest

 Candlelight vigils for peace will held around the world on Sunday at 7pm local time. The vigil begins in New Zealand, and will turn into a rolling wave of candlelight gatherings that will quickly cross the globe. There is now a website listing vigils around the world. By early Friday evening, 3,360 vigils in churches, towns squares, parks, halls private homes and public places had signed up. To register a vigil, or find out about one in your area, visit: www.globalvigil.org/ The following church vigils in the UK were already listed on Friday: London: Westminster Cathedral Pimlico: Holy Apostles Catholic Church, Pimlico Shepperton, Middlesex: St John Fisher Catholic Church Stoke Newington: Outside St Mary's Old Church, (CoE) Gospel Oak Methodist Church, Agincourt Road. NW3 Bradford: Interfaith Education Centre Listerhills Road Bristol: Quaker Meeting House, 300 Gloucester Road Broadstairs, Kent: Stella Maris Convent FCJ, Broadstairs, Kent Broxbourne, Herts: The United Reformed Church Brough, East Yorkshire: Brough Methodist Church Cambridge: St Paul's Church, Hills Road Canterbury: Cathedral Gates, The Buttermarket Derby Cathedral Doncaster: St Aidan's Church, Central Boulevard, Wheatley Hills Eastleigh: Holy Cross Catholic Church Gwent: St Margaret's Church (Church in Wales) Commercial Street, Pontymister, Newcastle upon Tyne: Church of St Thomas the Martyr Barras Bridge (Haymarket) People of all faiths are expected and are most welcome Norwich: St Benet's Abbey, St Peter Mancroft Church and Forum, Norwich City Centre Orkney: The Church Centre, Rousay, Perth: Outside St Leonards in the Fields Church Marshall Place Ross on Wye Quaker Meeting House, Brampton Street Swansea: The Parish Church of St James, Walter Road, Uplands