Remembering John Polmeor Trevorrow - St Michael's WW1 Roll of Honour

During the 9.30am and 11.00am Holy Communion Services on Sunday 18th September 2017, we shall specifically remember another of the 33 men listed on the carved memorial in St Michael’s Church, Elmwood Road.

John Polmeor Trevorrow, 15th Battalion Manchester Regiment was killed in action one hundred years ago this coming week on 21st March 1918. He commemorated in our Church and on the Pozieres Memorial, France. He is also commemorated on the war memorial at St Ives, Cornwall, the parish where he was born. See for more infromation on John

More can be read about the men on the Roll of Honour memorial inside St Michael's Church in the Heroes of Chiswick booklet ‘Commemorating St Michael’s Church’s WW1 Soldiers’ with their stories of those who lost their lives in 1918 being told on pages 13 to 14 and 15. Please use the contact us page to ask for one of the booklets which we will post to you.


Remembrance Sunday Communion Service

St Michael's Church Remembrance Sunday Communion Service will start at 10.55 am on 12th November 2017. At 11.00 am, two minutes silence will be observed where we will remember all those who have lost their lives in conflict.

Remembering Sergeant Edward Pius Bendix

In additioj to being on St MIchael's Chruch WWI Roll of Honour, Sergeant Edward Pius Bendix is one of those listed in the Rolls of Honour for Bell Ringers that fell during the Great War and WWII. He was at one time a bell ringer at Prittlewell, Southend, Essex. 

Ringers are commemorating his sacrifice with a full peal, likely to take around 3 hours and 20 minutes, at Prittlewell on Friday 13th October, the centenary of his death.