November News

Here is the November News for the Parish of Mawnan, and details of our forthcoming services.

Our service on Sunday 1st November will include lighting candles to remember those we have lost. If you are not able to attend, but would like someone remembered, please let me know. Phone 07919 186307,or email me at

Please note that our Remembrance Service on Sunday 8th November is at St Mawnan (not at St Michael’s where we would normally meet that week).

I hope you and those you love are keeping well at in good spirits at this difficult time.

Love and prayers


November Services

The weekly readings can be found on our website, along with a recording of that Sunday’s service.

Sunday 1st November

10.30am Holy Communion at St Mawnan

All Saints & remembering those we have lost

Sunday 8th November

10.30am Remembrance Sunday at St Mawnan

Sunday 15th November

10.30am Holy Communion at St Mawnan

Sunday 22nd November

10.30am Morning Prayer at St Michael’s

Sunday 29th November

10.30am Holy Communion at St Mawnan

Every Wednesday 10am BCP Communion at St Michael’s

Videos of our Sunday services, along with the Order of Service and Notice Sheets are posted at, usually by the evening

Remembrance Day

To comply with Covid restrictions, there will not be a gathering at either the Memorial Hall or Millennium Cross on the 11th November. Instead a pre-recorded act of Remembrance will be posted on the village website and Facebook pages. We are encouraged to stand on our doorsteps for the two minutes silence at 11am. St Michael’s bell will ring to mark the end of the silence.


At our Annual Meeting we elected:

Church Wardens

Catherine Arrondelle

Libby Reed

Deanery Synod Representatives

David Kennedy

John Hoyland

Jennifer Tregenza, Susan Pitman and David Arrondelle continue as members of the PCC

For our prayers this month:

Rachael Thomson, Shirley Banks, Sylvia Weatherhead, Kate Graves, Peter Bennett, , Emma Chesshire, Dennis and Louise Gartside, Ann Benney snr, and David Charles, and others known to us who especially need our prayers

We remember those who have died including Robbie Bowen, and we pray for all who mourn

For our school staff and families, and anyone who is struggling to feed their family.

For our new PCC and Church Officers

For all those suffering as a result of Covid, and for wisdom for our leaders in how we respond.


 I am happy to visit or bring Communion to anyone who would welcome it. However, with increasing concern over the virus, to protect those who are shielding or self-isolating, I will only come if specifically invited.

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