Please join us in the church hall after the 8.30am and 10am Mass on Sunday, 6th September when we will be holding a coffee morning to raise funds for the Sick and Retired Priests Fund. There also will be hot bacon rolls and a raffle. If you can make some cakes to sell on the morning it would be very much appreciated. They can be brought in on the day, or into church during the week.
Our names are Allison Carruthers and Vickie Goodwin; we are running a family fun day the 19th September at the Fosseway School, North Hykeham for St Barnabas Hospice Lincoln. We are looking for
The coach will be in Unity Square at 8am on Monday.
If you have any worries ring Noel on 01522 826390.
Father John will be on the pilgrimage, so please make note of the
following changes to Mass times at St Hugh’s this week
Monday - Friday Services of Word and Sacrament will take place at 10am
If you would like to attend Mass on these days the only celebrations will take place at Our
We wish all of our pilgrims a happy and safe pilgrimage
Our names are Allison Carruthers and Vickie Goodwin; we are running a family fun day the 19th September at the Fosseway School, North Hykeham for St Barnabas Hospice Lincoln. We are looking for donations of bric a brac, clothes, tombola items, raffle prizes and bottles for our bottle stall. All donations will be very much appreciated . I (Allison) have recently had breast cancer and half way through my chemotherapy my cousin Nigel age 49 got up to go to work, he couldn't stand and a few short weeks later he was dead from a very aggressive form of cancer. The hospice gave Nigel the strength to face his fate, and helped us his family face our lives without him. They are so deserving of any funds we can raise for the comfort of patients. If you can help please contact Allison on 01522 500546 or Vickie on 01522 688019.
This is a project created by Shepherd Food Ministries who believe that it is a basic human right for people not to starve in the 21st century. In 2000 the United Nations set a target to reduce poverty & hunger by two thirds - this objective has not been met. Shepherd Food Ministries are holding an event on Saturday, 26th September at The Showroom, Tritton Road, Lincoln, to mark 15 years since the target was set and to celebrate its contribution to helping to achieve the objective. Schools in Lincolnshire will showcase a song linked to the ‘Lincolnshire v Hunger’ theme and following the concert held in June with the Orpheus Male Voice Choir, St Hugh’s School have recorded a song for entry into the competition. You can vote for St Hugh’s School at www.lincolnshirevhunger.co.uk/songs by clicking on the thumbs up icon by their name. There is also a link on the page for anyone wishing to donate to the cause.
“I wish to acknowledge with many thanks the kind donation presented to Fr.Colum Kelly for the Seafarers Centre. It is through the generosity of people and organisations which make these donations that enables us to give a much needed supporting role to the seafarers from all over the world and provide the assistance they need. Many thanks once again for your kind donation.
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We are in need of the following items:- Long Life milk, granulated Sugar, coffee, mayonnaise, tinned meats, soft margarine, tuna, cheese, cooking foil, cling film, black bags, bleach, washing powder. Donations can be brought into church and left in the Nomad Trust trolley at the near the glass doors. All donations are very much appreciated and gratefully received. Thank-you.