24th December: 5.30pm: Children’s Nativity, 6pm Vigil Mass 11.30pm: Carols, Midnight Mass of the Night 25th December: 10am: Mass Confessions: 18th December 7pm – 7.45pm (Reconciliation Service) 22nd December: 11.00am – 11.30am & 5pm – 5.45pm.
Come Home For Christmas is an initiative of the Catholic Church which aims to offer a seasonal welcome to Catholics who for different reasons no longer or rarely attend Mass. Whatever your story or journey, the door’s open for you.
Friday 30th November at 19.30, performed by the Lincoln University Chamber Choir and Ensemble
The Deanery Choir Remembrance Concert on Friday raised £92.82 for the Royal British Legion – our thanks for your generosity. We received many lovely comments on both the concert performance itself and the decoration of the Church. Parishioners have been
On Wednesday 10 October 2018 the Lincoln Section of the Catholic Women’s League decided to add porridge to the usual Wednesday Coffee Morning fare! This was in aid of Mary’s Meals, which feeds approaching 1.5 million children every day in
Silverwood provided an extremely enjoyable evening with a large and varied repertoire. What a talented group of performers! Our thanks to them for the wonderful entertainment. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to attend the other concerts in our autumn
The Lincoln Deanery Eucharistic Procession, starting from St Peter and St Paul’s Church, took place on Sunday 8 July. Following Adoration in the church ministers and members of the congregations of Our Lady of Lincoln and St Hugh’s churches joined
June 29th, our Parish of SS Peter & Paul Feast Day, was also the day when the ladies of the CWL have their famous “Strawberry Tea”. At our previous meeting on the 14th May arrangements were made and plans for
On Sunday 19th March we all woke up to a 4 inch layer of snow and for some here in SSPP’s they were snowed in. It was the day I was running the coffee morning for Mary’s Meals. I have
Saturday, 12 May saw SS Peter and Paul’s church host the Lincolnshire Extraordinary Ministers’ meeting, where we welcomed over 200 people from across the county. We were extremely fortunate to be addressed by Bishop Patrick who gave a sermon on