|Drumhead service in Edinburgh to mark the start of World War 1|
Norman Porter, director of the Evangelical Protestant Society, suggested that the Orange Order engage in a drumming service or a rally in the King's Hall to coincide with the Casement Park event. 'The motto of the true Ulster Protestant is still: For God and Ulster.'
The term 'drumming service' caught my attention because there is no such thing as a 'drumming service'. There is however a 'drumhead service' and that is something with which members of the Orange Order and those in military service would understand.
The following link will take you to a short video clip about drumhead services, especially in the context of the First World War. http://bbc.in/116JseS