Remembrance services were held throughout the USA.
The ceremony at New York, broadcast throughout the world, fell an hour behind schedule, but was well attended. The ceremony included the reading out of the names of all the persons who died there (on both the planes and the World Trade Centre) and the recitals of American historical speeches such as the Gettysburg Address. Moments of silence were observed at 8:46 AM and 9:03 AM, the moments when the two planes struck the two towers, and church bells rang at 10:29 AM, the moment at which the second tower collapsed.
The public ceremony at Shanksville also had a large turnout. It included two flybys and a release of doves. President George W. Bush attended a private followup service for the families of Flight 93's victims in the afternoon.
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92nd Street Y
2 pm-6 pm readings by contributors to 110 Stories: New York Writes After September 11th; concert hall open for quiet contemplation
8 pm readings from 110 Stories
Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine
daylong program reading of names of victims and musical meditations
8:46 am tolling of bells
12:15 pm Requiem Eucharist
7 pm concert and candle-lighting ceremony
Center for Jewish History
6:30 pm panel discussion, "Days of Awe: Personal Reflections from Ground Zero by the Jewish Chaplains."
open all day
8:30 am memorial service
Church of St. Peter
7:10 am, 7:45 am, 8:48 am memorial Masses at with the Arts Academy in the Woods
1:05 pm memorial Mass with organ and song
12:05 pm memorial Mass with Cardinal Edward M. Egan and the Seraphim Choir