FEAST OF ST HUGH CELEBRATIONS

Friday, 17th

Teacakes, bacon butties and light refreshments after the 10am Mass. 

Sunday, 19th
Afternoon Tea at 3.30pm, with a quiz and bingo.  We will finish in time for 6pm Mass.  Tickets for this event are £3 each, from Noel and Josie, tel: 826390.



 

 



MASS TIMES FOR CHRISTMAS

posted 8 Dec 2017, 05:58 by Susan Weaver   [ updated 8 Dec 2017, 05:58 ]

 

Sunday, 24th December

8.30am and 10am, 12.15pm (Polish) Sunday Masses

Folk Group Christmas Carols at 5.30pm followed by the Christmas Vigil Mass at 6pm

9.30pm Christmas Vigil Mass in the Polish language

St Hugh’s Choir Christmas Carols at 11.30pm followed by Midnight Mass

 

Sunday, 25th December

Christmas Day Mass at 10am

Christmas Day Mass in the Polish language at 12.15pm

 

Please note there will be NO Mass at St Francis, Bardney on Christmas weekend.



 

SERVICES OF RECONCILIATION DURING ADVENT

posted 8 Dec 2017, 05:54 by Susan Weaver

 

St Hugh’s Church - Tuesday, 19th December at 7pm

St Peter and St Paul’s Church - Wednesday, 20th December at 7pm

Our Lady of Lincoln Church - Thursday, 21st December at 6pm until 7pm


 

The Deanery Choir Carol Service will take place at Our Lady of Lincoln church starting at 7pm directly after Reconciliation on the 21st December.  Everyone welcome.



 

ST HUGH’S PARISH CHRISTMAS PARTY, Saturday, 16th December at 7pm

posted 24 Nov 2017, 06:42 by Susan Weaver

ST HUGH'S PARISH CHRISTMAS PARTY

in St Hugh's Church Hall

on Saturday, 16th December

at 7pm

Turkey dinner, Christmas pudding/sherry trifle, mince pies, coffee and mints.

Tickets only £10 each (no concessions) from Noel and Josie, tel: 01522 826390 or see them in church.

This is a very popular event so book early to ensure your place.




 

ST HUGH’S FILM & SUPPER NIGHT, Monday 4th December, 6.15pm to approx 9.30pm

posted 24 Nov 2017, 06:37 by Susan Weaver

 We will be showing the film “It’s a Wonderful Life” (1946) starring James Stewart as suicidal George Bailey, who gets his life back on track with the help of Clarence the Angel.

Supper will be a Christmassy buffet with mince pies and mulled wine. 

Tickets £5 each and £4 for students can be bought from Mary Wilford, email: mwilford@virginmedia.com  or telephone: 01522 800114, or via Deacon David Knight. 



 

CHRISTMAS FLOWER COLLECTION, Sunday 3rd December

posted 24 Nov 2017, 06:33 by Susan Weaver

There will be a retiring collection for church flowers after all Sunday Masses next weekend.


Feast of St Hugh:  A big thank you to everyone who organised, helped, and who supported the afternoon tea last Sunday. 
This was a social
occasion not a fundraising one, but we were able to make a small profit of £50 which will go toward  the Christmas flowers.

 

Feast of St Hugh Celebrations

posted 10 Nov 2017, 05:39 by Susan Weaver

Friday, 17th November
Teacakes, bacon butties and light refreshments after the 10am Mass.

Sunday, 19th November
Afternoon Tea at 3.30pm, with a quiz and bingo. 
We will finish in time for 6pm Mass. 
Tickets for this event are £3 each,
from Noel and Josie, tel: 826390.


 

NOVEMBER CEMETERY BLESSINGS

posted 3 Nov 2017, 04:48 by Susan Weaver

Sunday 5th
Canwick at 3pm

(St Swithin’s - entrance before the crematorium, near Mgr Atkinson’s grave)

Sunday 19th
Newport at 3pm

Sunday 26th 
North Hykeham at 2.30pm

  Waddington at 3pm

Bardney at 3pm





 

 

 

ST HUGH'S PARISH CEILIDH

posted 20 Oct 2017, 06:00 by Susan Weaver   [ updated 20 Oct 2017, 06:05 ]

 

In Washingborough Community Centre

Fen Road, Washingborough, LN4 1AB

 

On Saturday, 25th November from 7.30pm to 11.30pm

 

Come and enjoy an evening of great fun of lively dancing, refreshments, bar and raffle

For tickets contact 

Josie and Noel tel: 01522 826390 or Chris and Mike tel: 01522 871992 

£10 per adult and £5 per child

 

Profits will go to the HCPT Lincoln March pilgrimage to Hosanna House, Lourdes. 

HCPT is a charity offering pilgrimage holidays, to Lourdes in the south of France, for disabled and disadvantaged people from around the UK and further afield. 
Every Easter over 1,000 disabled and disadvantaged children enjoy a week in Lourdes, staying in hotels with their volunteer helpers.


 


 

ST HUGH’S FILM & SUPPER NIGHT

posted 20 Oct 2017, 05:58 by Susan Weaver

Monday, 30th October St Hugh's Film Night presents

"I Daniel Blake" (2016)

Ken Loach’s powerful drama about dignity in the face of humiliation; “a battle cry for the dispossessed.” 

Supper from 6.15 pm (Lancashire meat & potato pie – with alternative vegetarian and gluten free meals- gateaux/fruit, tea/coffee/soft drinks). 

Tickets £5 (£4 for students) from
Mary Wilford, tel: 01522 800114 or email: mwilford@virginmedia.com
or Deacon David Knight, email: david@sthughslincoln.org.uk


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KNIT AND NATTER:

posted 20 Oct 2017, 05:49 by Susan Weaver

 The knitting group will begin again in the church hall on Tuesday, 31st October after the 10am Mass. 

Come along for a friendly get-together and have a knit and natter over coffee/tea - don’t forget to bring your knitting!



 

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