CAFOD HARVEST FAST DAY - Friday, 5th October

 This weekend (29th/30th September) our parish CAFOD representatives Dee Ellidge and Frank Heyes will give a short appeal at the close of  Sunday Masses on behalf of CAFOD.  The CAFOD collection will take place next Sunday, 7th October; there is an envelope for you to use inside your newsletter, or at the back of the church. 

Family Fast Day Prayer:  Creator God, in love you give life.  In your generosity you create the gifts of the earth.  As daughters and sons of the same Father, may we learn to share the plentiful gifts of creation, especially with those most in need.  Give us open hands and loving hearts, so that we take less and give more.  We ask that all may benefit from your goodness, and share in the fullness of life you have promised.  Amen.


 

 

 

 

 





CLIMATE CHANGE!

posted 10 Oct 2019, 04:11 by Susan Weaver

A MEETING FOR THE WHOLE PARISH

Thursday, 17th October at 7.30pm in St Hugh’s Church Hall

At the recent “Live Simply” evening, it was decided to do our bit for climate change by
taking up the CAFOD challenge, here, at St Hugh’s, as well as in our own homes. 
We need to choose one main project and three supplementary ones.

This meeting is for everyone: all our nationalities and all the different groups who
attend St Hugh’s Church, as well as those who use the hall for meetings,
family occasions and parties.

Please spread the word to others, make sure your group is represented at the meeting,
and have your say!


 

 

FAITH EXPLORATION - RCIA COURSE

posted 3 Oct 2019, 06:16 by Susan Weaver

 We will be beginning a new RCIA course on Monday nights, 6 - 7pm from the 4th November. 

There will be fifteen sessions in all leading up to Confirmation at Easter 2020. 

If you are interested please speak to Fr Matthew.


 

ST HUGH’S CHURCH CHOIR - YOUR PARISH NEEDS YOU!

posted 26 Sep 2019, 07:03 by Susan Weaver   [ updated 3 Oct 2019, 06:13 ]

We need to build up our choir, get it back to what it used to be.  Numbers have dwindled over the past few years, and the existing choir have done their very best to keep going, and a wonderful job they are doing too.  They enhance the liturgy at the 10am Sunday Masses, and other Masses during the year.  But now they need your help, they need more members!  Do you enjoy singing?  Would you like to be part of a friendly group who also like singing?  Would you like to do something for your church?  Please think about joining our choir; why not come along to one of the practices and see if it is something you would like to be part of. 

 The next practice is on Wednesday, 16th October at 6.30pm in the church (enter via the side door of the Rectory yard).


 

CANON COLIN TAYLOR PARISH PRIEST OF OUR LADY OF LINCOLN

posted 20 Sep 2019, 05:36 by Susan Weaver

 

Bishop Patrick informs us that, following a major stroke Fr Colin remains in a very serious condition.  It is expected that he will be in hospital for some considerable time.  

At the explicit request of Fr. Colin’s family, and following advice from medical staff treating his condition, he is NOT permitted any visitors.  Please could all parishioners respect his privacy, while he recovers and keep him in your prayers.

NB:  From this week onward Fr Matthew will celebrate Mass at 9.30am at Our Lady’s, there will be NO Mass  at St Hugh’s on Wednesdays; he will also be celebrating the 7.30pm Friday Mass at Our Lady’s.  If you have already booked a Mass for Wednesday it will be reallocated to another day.  As we now have only two active priests in Lincoln changes to weekly Mass times etc., will be inevitable so keep an eye on your weekly newsletter for these changes.  Thank you for your understanding as we try to adjust to the current situation.



 

ST HUGH’S ART AND CRAFT GROUP

posted 13 Sep 2019, 05:17 by Susan Weaver

 The group meets during term times in St Hugh’s church hall from 7-9pm. 

Do you paint, knit, crochet or do any other crafts? 

Then why not come along and join this small, but very friendly group.  

Have a coffee and a natter while enjoying your hobby. 

We start back this Tuesday, 17th September.



 

Dates for your diary

posted 6 Sep 2019, 06:06 by Susan Weaver   [ updated 13 Sep 2019, 05:14 ]

 

Monday, 23rd September, 7.30 pm, in St Hugh’s Hall – optional supper beforehand from 6 pm  A “Live Simply” Evening.  Dr Mark Charlesworth (lecturer at BGUniversity and an expert on sustainable development) will talk about living simply for the future of our planet.  His talk will be followed by discussion and input from SSPP parishioners who have already launched a Live Simply Campaign.  Please book supper of jacket potato and assorted fillings with Mary Wilford (01522 800114). No set charge, donations invited for the renovation of St Hugh’s Tower.

Tuesday, 24th September, 6.30 for 7 pm, in Sts Peter & Paul church hall, LN6 7SU  Bishop Patrick has invited inspirational speaker David Wells to talk about Renewed Personal Encounter.  He will help us to explore what the Church means by “Encounter” with God and ways in which we can develop our personal relationship with Christ.  Places must be booked via the Adult Formation Office: adult.formation@dioceseofnottingham.uk

 



HARVEST SUPPER - Saturday, 28th September at 7pm

posted 16 Aug 2019, 06:02 by Susan Weaver

Ploughmans and Pudding (wine included) with Quiz and Raffle

 Tickets, £6 per person, are now on sale from Lewis and Lynda in the church hall,

after the 10am Mass, or you can phone them on
01522 753136 or 07814838908 to reserve your ticket. 

Payment in advance of the supper would be appreciated. 

This is a very popular event so make sure you get your tickets quickly!


 

 

MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT

posted 16 Aug 2019, 06:00 by Susan Weaver

 Helen McLoughlin is taking part in the Great North Run and is fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support.

If anyone would like to make a donation, it would be greatly appreciated. 

Helen has set up an online JustGiving page which is www.justgiving.com/H-McLoughlin1

or alternatively any donations can be passed on via her parents John or Rosie.


 

TOWER FUND / CANCER RESEARCH COFFEE MORNINGS:

posted 9 Aug 2019, 06:15 by Susan Weaver

 Saturday 24th August from 11am until 1pm

at Chrissie Walker’s  home, 13 Jellicoe Avenue, Lincoln,

and on 

Sunday 25th August after the both morning  Masses. 

Raffle prizes are needed, as well as cakes for the cake stall.
But most of all we need people to come and support this weekend fundraiser.

All money raised will be split between the Tower Fund and Cancer research.


 

LATIN MASS

posted 9 Aug 2019, 06:12 by Susan Weaver

The extraordinary form LATIN MASS will be celebrated at 4pm this Sunday, 11th August.



 

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