31st October All Hallows’ Eve, Procession and Service of the Light, Meet at the Village Hall at 6pm (Crowhurst)


1All Saints’ Day, Holy Communion, 9:30am, Catsfield


2 All Souls’ Day, Holy Communion, 9:30am, Catsfield


4 All Saints’ Sunday, Family Communion, 9:15am, Catsfield; 11am, Crowhurst


5 Holy Communion for All Souls’, 9:30am, Crowhurst


7 St Willibrord of York, Holy Communion, 10am, Crowhurst


8 The Saints and Martyrs ofEngland, Holy Communion, 9:30am, Catsfield


11 Remembrance Sunday, Holy Communion, 8am, Crowhurst; Parish Communion and Act of Remembrance, Catsfield, 9:15am;  Remembrance Sunday and Parade Service, Crowhurst, 10:50am (Note earlier start to allow for 11 0’clock silence)*


14 Holy Communion, 10am, Crowhurst


15 St Machutus, Holy Communion, 9:30am, Catsfield


18 The Twenty-Fourth Sunday after Trinity, Parish Communion, 9:15am, Catsfield; 11am, Crowhurst

Welcome Service for the new Bishop of Chichester, 4pm, St Mary’s, Battle


21 Holy Communion, 10am, Crowhurst


22 St Cecilia, Holy Communion, 9:30am, Catsfield


25 Christ the King, Parish Communion, 9:15am, Catsfield; 11am, Crowhurst


28 Holy Communion, 10am, Crowhurst


29 St Andrew the Apostle, 9:30am, Catsfield


*If you wish to receive Holy Communion at Crowhurst you will need to attend the 8am celebration.






Remembrance Sunday


There will be an act of remembrance in the 9:15am Parish Communion service, at Catsfield, which will include a formal reading of the names of the fallen.  At Crowhurst there will be a said service of Holy Communion at 8am. The actual Remembrance Service will begin at 10:50am to enable us to keep the 11am silence, along with the rest of the nation.  The Royal British Legion and the uniformed organizations will also be present, with their standards, and will lay wreaths.


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