London Service for Autism Sunday at All Saints Church in Woodford Wells

One of the largest churches in the London Borough of Redbridge, UK, All Saints Church in Woodford Wells is hosting the London Service for Autism Sunday on 14th February. Hundreds are expected to turn up at the service.

Events are being held across the world to commemorate Autism Sunday – The International Day of Prayer for Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome. Ministers of the British Government and UK parliamentarians are expected at the service.

A whole host of dignitaries including the Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Opposition Leader David Cameron and the Mayor of London Boris Johnson have sent their best wishes for Autism Sunday. The Secretary of State for Children, Schools & Families, Ed Balls of the British Government wished the very best for Autism Sunday.Ed Balls said he hopes it is a success. Professor Simon Baron Cohen of Cambridge University hopes that people will have an enjoyable day and that the London Service for Autism Sunday goes well. Her Royal Highness Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall also sent her best wishes for Autism Sunday.

Autism Sunday is now a powerful platform used by parents, carers and people with autism and Asperger’s Syndrome to campaign on the issues. World leaders have been urged to do more for autism and Asperger’s Syndrome. Autism Sunday is now a huge worldwide occasion.

There are over 60 million people with autism around the world.

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