Saint Paul's Anglican Church, Monte-Carlo

Remembrance Sunday at Saint Paul's

Click here for Father Walter's Remembrance Sunday sermon.
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Remembrance Sunday march

Our Remembrance Sunday observance began with a short procession to the Winston Church Monument down avenue de Grande Bretagne from St. Paul's Church. (14 November 2010)

The Sunday School at the Church Monument

The Sunday School class listens attentively as Commander Michael Healey, Royal Navy (retired), explains the importance of Remembrance Sunday and the Poppy Appeal.

Service at the Churchill Monument

The ceremony at the Church Monument began with Commander Healey's talk, continued with the laying of a memorial wreath of poppies (below) on behalf of the British Association of Monaco (BAM), by the President of Bam, Mrs. Chrissie Courtney.

Churchill Memorial

Following the ceremony at the Churchill Monument, the congregation returned to Saint Paul's for the traditional two minutes of silence at 11 a.m. followed by the weekly celebration of Family Communion.

Communion during the Remembrance Service

Tim and Candida Humphreys assisted Father Walter in administering Holy Communion during the Remembrance Sunday service.

Standard Bearers at the end of the service.

The Standard Bearers stood in a row to greet the members of the congregation leaving the church at the conclusion of this year's Remembrance Sunday Service.

The Annual Armistice Memorial at Monaco Cemetery

Armistice Ceremony 2010

Father Walter, Association President Frank Megginson, BAM (British Association of Monaco) representative Vanessa Ilsley, and Martin Stansfeld (pictured above centre) were among the members of Saint Paul's attending the annual Armistice Day ceremony at the majestic "Monument des Morts" in the cemetery of Monaco (11 November 2010 at 11 a.m.).