posted 10 Feb 2017, 06:18 by Susan Weaver

Based on the film ‘Les Miserables’ (2012) in St Hugh’s church hall on Mondays 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th March and 3rd April 

We have purchased a 5-week course entitled “Another Story Must Begin” which has been run in other parishes with great success.  It deals with the themes of Mercy and Redemption by examining the main characters in the film; and asks us to reassess our own life and the effect we have on those around us.  A section of the film ‘Les Miserables’ will be shown on the first five Monday evenings of Lent, accompanied by reflection and Bible readings. 

A simple supper (£2 per person) will be served before the film from approx 6.15pm to 7pm.  Please contact Deacon David Knight or Mary Wilford (01522 800114) to confirm attendance and discuss dietary requirements.  We aim to finish between 9pm and 9.15pm.



posted 10 Feb 2017, 06:07 by Susan Weaver

St Patrick’s Day, Friday 17th March
Bacon butties, toasted teacakes and Irish coffee
(other beverages are available)
in the church hall after the 10am Mass.

 St Patrick’s Day Dinner, Saturday, 18th March at 7pm in the church hall
Gammon Dinner and Pudding. 
Tickets only £6 each are now on sale
from Noel and Josie, telephone 01522 826390 or see them after Mass. 


PIE & PANCAKE SUPPER, Shrove Tuesday, 28th February

posted 3 Feb 2017, 06:00 by Susan Weaver

It might feel as if we are still recovering from Christmas, but Lent is almost upon us!  Following the success of the last few years, we will have our pie, peas, potatoes and pancake pudding supper, which is a “come anytime” meal between 6.30pm and 7.30pm.   Pies will be either meat or cheese and need to be ordered in advance.  Tickets are on sale next Sunday from Mary Wilford, tel: 01522 800114. £5 for adults, £4 for children and an extra discount for family groups of four or more. 



posted 19 Jan 2017, 06:06 by Susan Weaver   [ updated 19 Jan 2017, 06:11 ]

Monday, 6th February
St Hugh’s Film & Supper Night showing ‘Oh Brother, where art thou?’ staring George Clooney and John Goodman.


Tuesday, 18th February
Lindsey String Quartet Concert, starting at 7pm.


Tuesday, 28th February
Shrove Tuesday Supper.  Pies, Potatoes, Peas & Pancake Pudding.

Friday, 3rd March
Women’s World Day of Prayer from the Philippines.  Lunch afterwards.


Saturday, 18th March
St Patrick’s Day Dinner and Social.


Mondays 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th, March and 3rd, 10th April
Lenten Film “Les Miserables” 

Including a Lenten supper.


Details of each of these events will be advertised in the Newsletter nearer their date.



St Hugh's Knitting Group, and St Hugh's Watercolour Group

posted 19 Jan 2017, 05:57 by Susan Weaver

Knitting Group

Tuesday mornings from 10.30am until 12noon in the church hall. 

Open to all ages, and beginners are most welcome. 

If you have any knitting bring it along; if not wool and needles will be available to get you started. 

Please note that the hall is also available, to parishioners, for refreshments after the 10am Mass.


Tuesday evenings from 7pm until 9m in the church hall.

We are a friendly group who vary in age, painting style/skill. 

There is no charge for the class but we raise money for CAFOD’s Connect2:Ethiopia project by donations and sale of art. 




posted 19 Jan 2017, 05:44 by Susan Weaver

If your child is in school year 3 or above, and you would like them to make their First Holy Communion in 2017, please complete one of the application forms that are at the back of the church, and hand it to one of the Clergy. 

Lessons will be held in the church hall on Thursday evenings starting at 6.30pm.  The first lesson is on Thursday, 2nd February; a lesson timetable will be available to you at the first meeting. 

Please note that your child can not make their First Holy Communion if they do not attend the course! 

First Holy Communion will take place in St Hugh’s Church during the 10am Mass on Sunday, 18th June.


ST HUGH’S PARISH JANUARY BAZAAR - Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th January after morning Masses.

posted 13 Jan 2017, 06:06 by Susan Weaver

Don’t forget to call in to the Church hall Mass and our post-Christmas Bazaar.  Take part in the raffle, have a go on the tombola, and buy some cakes from our very popular St Hugh’s cake stall.  Enjoy some refreshments, which includes bacon butties and Irish coffee, and get to know your fellow parishioners, and our wonderful fundraising team.  Perhaps you could offer your help for future events - just make yourself known to them. 

Thank-you for your support.



posted 13 Jan 2017, 06:02 by Susan Weaver

An Inter-Faith commemoration service will take place at St John the Baptist Church (LN2 2EF) at 6.30pm on Friday, 27th January.

All welcome.

“For the survivor death is not the problem.  Death was an everyday occurrence.  We learned to live with death. 
The problem is to adjust to life, to living.  You must teach us about living.” 
(Elie Wiesel, author and survivor of the Holocaust).


CHURCHES TOGETHER WEEK OF PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY - Wednesday, 18th to Wednesday, 25th January 2016

posted 13 Jan 2017, 05:59 by Susan Weaver

Wednesday 18th: Burton Road Methodist Church, LN1 3LW at 12 30pm

Thursday 19th: Ignite Elim Church, Moorland Community Centre, LN6 7NH at 12.30pm

Friday 20th: St Columba’s Church, Brant Road LN5 8RX  at 7pm

Saturday 21st: Orthodox Church, St Matthias Church Centre, Burton Road, LN1 3TX at 7pm

Monday 23rd: Religious Society of Friends,  Meeting House, Park Street, LN1 1UR at 12.30pm

Tuesday 24th: St Peter and St Paul Catholic Church, Skellingthorpe Road, LN6 7SU at 7pm. 
Fr Simon Gillespie, Parish Priest of
St Mary and St Augustine, Stamford will be the preacher.

Wednesday 25th: St Peter in Eastgate,  LN2 4AA at 12.30pm



posted 6 Jan 2017, 05:29 by Susan Weaver


‘In defence of the poor in El Salvador, he fought with the only weapon he had…….. the truth.’

Supper from 6.15pm
Braised Beef in tomato & red wine sauce, with jacket potato, or Vegetable Hotpot.
Gateaux for Afters.
Gluten free also available. 

The Film “Romero” (1989) will start at 7.10pm (approx.) and finish between 9pm and 9.15pm (depending on whether we have a short interval during the film).

It tells the story of Oscar Romero, Archbishop of San Salvador, who was assassinated whilst saying Mass in 1980,
because the authorities objected to his support for the poor and marginalised of his diocese.

Tickets £5 (£3 for students) available from Deacon David or Mary Wilford (01522 800114).

You are very welcome to pay on the night, but please confirm whether you are coming so that we can get the catering right.



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