Remembrance Sunday in the Co Fermanagh town has an added poignancy after a Provisional IRA bomb devastated the event in 1987.
A number of events have taken place around the country and in Northern Ireland to mark the centenary of the ending of World War I.
Commemorations for the centenary of Armistice Day began with remembrance services across Australia, New Zealand and Commonwealth countries. In the UK a lone piper played in the day before dawn in Northern Ireland.
Special events have been held across Northern Ireland to mark 100 years since the Armistice.
The Wilfred Owen poem Anthem For Doomed Youth was read before ministers from the four main churches in the town led prayers of reflection.
St Michael’s Parish, Enniskillen, together with other churches in Enniskillen will take an active part in the various events in the town tomorrow, Sunday ...