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ST PATRICK’S MISSIONARY SOCIETY APPEAL

posted 22 Jul 2016, 06:44 by Susan Weaver

This Sunday we welcome Fr Joseph who, as well as celebrating all of our Sunday Masses for us while Fr John is away, will make an appeal on behalf of St Patrick’s Missionary Society. 

 “We involve ourselves in the lives of the people both spiritually and materially, given them hope and dignity in their lives.” 

Your support helps them to assist with famine relief, the ongoing awareness of HIV and Aids, transport, water, education, justice, village churches, special needs, orphans and orphanages etc., in African countries, South America, and the Caribbean.  Please pray for the St Patrick’s Missionaries, and if you can please give what you can to support them as they carry out God’s work.   Thank-you.  Website:  www.spms.org


 

APOSTLESHIP OF THE SEA RENEWAL DAY at Immingham Seafarers Centre, Saturday, 30th July, 10.30am to 3pm

posted 22 Jul 2016, 06:42 by Susan Weaver

  The AoS will be holding a day of renewal for all local chaplains, volunteers and anyone interested in learning more about this wonderful mission of the Church.  Everyone is welcome.  The day, featuring input from the local port chaplain Fr Colum Kelly, will focus not just on ‘what’ AoS does but ‘why’ she does it, looking at scripture and Church teaching relating to mission and ministry.  Admission is free but please bring along a contribution to a shared lunch.  For further information please contact Steven.  Telephone: 07793488971 or Email: steven.willows@apostleshipofthesea.org.uk



 

 

 

LINCOLN PEACE WALK

posted 22 Jul 2016, 06:40 by Susan Weaver   [ updated 22 Jul 2016, 06:46 ]

Monday, 25th July 2016 at 7.30pm: A Peace Walk has been organised by the Lincoln Inter-Faith Forum. Meet at the main entrance of Lincoln Cathedral at 7.15pm.  The walk will start at 7.30pm and visit the poppy display at the Castle.  Leaving the Castle at 8pm, the walk will continue around the Bailgate area and finish at the Cathedral.  The Mayor of Lincoln will take part.  If you have any battery operated tea lights, please bring them to hold as you walk.



 

Apostleship of the Sea

posted 8 Jul 2016, 06:51 by Susan Weaver   [ updated 15 Jul 2016, 05:18 ]

APOSTLESHIP OF THE SEA, Sunday 10th July

Today is Sea Sunday, when the Church prays for all those who live and work at sea.  Without them we would not have most of the items we buy in the shops.  Today’s second collection is for Apostleship of the Sea (AoS), the Church’s official maritime welfare agency.  It supports seafarers both practically and spiritually.  This annual collection is absolutely vital to enable it to continue its work, so please give generously and remember seafarers in your prayers.  Thank-you.
For more information on the work of AoS, please visit: www.apostleshipofthesea.org.uk

Thank-you for your kindnes and generosity, £729.57 was raised.


AoS Coffee Morning

Please pop into the church hall after both moring Masses this Sunday where we will be selling cakes and refreshments, you can also browse around Anna’s quality bric-a-brac stall, and take part in the raffle.
All money raised will go to the Seafarers Centre in Immingham. 


 

APOSTLESHIP OF THE SEA RENEWAL DAY
Immingham Seafarers Centre

Saturday, 30th July, 10.30am to 3pm 

The AoS will be holding a day of renewal for all local chaplains, volunteers and anyone interested in learning more about this wonderful mission of the Church.  Everyone is welcome.  The day, featuring input from the local port chaplain Fr Colum Kelly, will focus not just on ‘what’ AoS does but ‘why’ she does it, looking at scripture and Church teaching relating to mission and ministry.  Admission is free but please bring along a contribution to a shared lunch.  For further information please contact Steven.  Telephone: 07793488971 or Email: steven.willows@apostleshipofthesea.org.uk



 

 

HAVE YOU GOT TIME TO SPARE?

posted 8 Jul 2016, 06:43 by Susan Weaver   [ updated 8 Jul 2016, 06:53 ]

You may have noticed that we have upgraded the lights in the Church Hall to be more energy efficient and environmentally friendly. The change in lighting has also meant that some redecoration work is now required, and rather than just patching up the affected areas, we have decided that it would be worthwhile over the summer months, when the hall has fewer bookings, to refresh all the paintwork and floor covering. We can only complete this if we have a group of willing volunteers who would be prepared to commit a few hours to help. If you would like to assist, or to find out more before committing your time, please speak to either Noel Harris or Deacon David for further details. Any and all offers of help will be greatly appreciated.


 

A SPECIAL SERVICE FOR GOD’S SUFFERING PEOPLE, St Hugh’s Church on Thursday, 21st July starting at 2pm

posted 8 Jul 2016, 06:37 by Susan Weaver   [ updated 8 Jul 2016, 06:53 ]

 We remember Christ’s words to love one another as he loved us.  Following his example of prayer, we express our solidarity with all persecuted Christians and with victims of human trafficking throughout the world.

 

ORDINATION OF FATHER DANIEL PALMER

posted 1 Jul 2016, 06:55 by Susan Weaver

Congratulations to Fr Daniel Palmer on his Ordination to the Priesthood on Saturday, 2nd July.  Fr Daniel  has been appointed Assistant Priest at St Peter’s, Hinckley from September.  Please keep him in your prayers.


 

APOSTLESHIP OF THE SEA, Sunday 10th July

posted 1 Jul 2016, 06:51 by Susan Weaver

Next week is Sea Sunday, when the Church prays for all those who live and work at sea.  There will be a second collection for the Apostleship of the Sea, the official maritime welfare agency of the Catholic Church in Great Britain.  It provides practical and spiritual support to seafarers visiting our ports.  As it is wholly dependent on voluntary donations, please give generously.

 website: www.apostleshipofthesea.org.uk

Apostleship of the Sea envelopes are available at the back of the church for those of you who wish to make your donation go further through the Gift Aid scheme; if you pay tax please could you consider this.

AOS Coffee Morning:  We will also be hosting a coffee morning next Sunday and all money raised from the coffee morning will go to Fr Colum at the Seafarers Centre in Immingham. 
If you can donate some good quality bric-a-brac, cakes, and/or a raffle prize please bring them into church during the week or on Sunday morning.  Thank-you.


 

SOLEMNITY OF SAINT PETER AND SAINT PAUL

posted 24 Jun 2016, 07:26 by Susan Weaver

Please remember that this day is a Holy Day of Obligation and Mass will be celebrated twice at St Hugh's, at 10am and 7pm.

CATHOLIC SCHOOL FOUNDATION GOVERNORS

posted 24 Jun 2016, 07:18 by Susan Weaver

The Diocesan Education Service is seeking expressions of interest from peopl interested and willing to serve the mission of the Church by becomng a Foundation Governor of one of our academies. 
For more information visit the DES website:  www.nottingham-des.org.uk  where you will find and 'Expression of Interest' form.  Or ring them on 01332 293833.

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