This service is in memory of the members of the Loyal Orange Institution of Victoria who have served, and who have died. It also honours all those who have served in Australia's Armed Forces.
The Loyal Orange Institution of Victoria was established in 1843. As a society composed of Protestants, it works to support and defend the Protestant faith. The Institution is named in honour of King William III, Prince of Orange (1650-1702) and his achievements for civil and religious liberty.
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Reviewed 02 August 2021