Held at St Margaret of Scotland Church, the Mass was to remember the people who have died in Luton during the year after suffering a period of homelessness in their lives.

The annual service was organised by NOAH a Luton-based charity working across Bedfordshire offering hope and support to people struggling against homelessness and exclusion. For 30 years NOAH has been working to provide support for people with complex needs who have nowhere else to turn.

Fr Eustace Durugbo presided over the Mass, the first reading was read by David Morris, CEO, NOAH with the second reading read by Richard Bratt, Luton Community Chaplaincy.

After the Mass refreshments were served in St Margaret’s Social Club behind the church.