Whatever your view may be, the Coronation of King Charles III will be an historic moment in the life of our nation. It will be a time to reflect on our history and what it means to our institution. The crowning of the Monarch of our Nation, is based on Christian principles and Christian symbolism. It's an interesting tradition that reminds us of the greater Monarch, the Lord Jesus Christ; that's why I don't believe that the occasion should be ignored nor scorned, but it should be a prayerful time where people around the world would encounter the person of Jesus Christ and his call to serve others.
It's also an opportunity to obey the command that the Apostle Paul gives us, that praying for Kings and those in authority is good and pleasing to God ("who wants all people to be saved and to come to a knowledge of the truth") 1 Tim. 2:1-4. We don't always like doing this, especially when we don't agree with their views, but Paul insists that it is crucial that we do, in order to live "Peaceful and quiet lives, in all Godliness and Holiness" 1 Tim. 2:2
Yours in Christ,