Stop Press. Here is thelatest wonderful publicitywe have about Sacred Heart church.It was published recently in Howdenshire Living Magazine.
SACRED HEART BUILDING FUND. The Yorkshire Post has written an article about our church. Click HEREto read it. There is picture of Kath, Susannah and IanHEREThank you to the Yorkshire Post for permission to use the article.
SACRED HEART FORTHCOMING EVENTS - dates for your diary! Please make a note of the following and thank you all in advance for your continued support and generosity. November Coffee and Baking
Thanks to all for supporting our November Coffee and Baking; your generosity raised a splendid £65.35 all of which goes towards repairs to our beautiful church. Christmas Coffee and Baking
Our Christmas Coffee and Baking will be on Sunday 1st December so there’s plenty of time to start practising your signature cakes and cookies.
And don’t forget, we’d love to see any handmade contributions like knitted snowmen, robins, Father Christmases etc.
Please also remember to wear your Christmas jumper, but the most important thing to remember is that Christmas calories don’t count!!
As ever, we bake with love and care so please do ask us if you have any concerns about any ingredients we have used. Sacred Heart Grand Christmas Hamper Raffle
We will shortly start asking for your donations to our Grand Christmas Hamper Raffle, one of our big fund-raising events of the year. Tickets will go on sale in November and we hope to draw the lucky winners on Sunday 22nd December. As ever, we could not do this without your generosity and kindness, and we thank you in advance for your continued support.
All proceeds go towards repairs to our lovely Church so every penny counts.
ST JOSEPH’S CHRISTMAS RAFFLE. Contributions for prizes are requested from the first weekend in November
SICK AND HOUSEBOUND
Please pray for them.
Damian Ainscough, Anna Barszcz, Margaret Brodigan, Christopher Brown, Jean de Bosch, Patience Dare, Carol Dent, Anne Evans, Anne Haywood, Dorothy Kershaw, Anthony Margrave, Alma McHugh, Bernard Rook,
Ken Rumney, Michael Ryan, Timmy Ryan, Margaret Scott, Kevin and Catherine Thornton and all those who are ill and would like to remain anonymous.
Holy Communion for the sick and housebound
The letter of St James, Chapter 5, verse 14: “Is any among you sick? Let him call for the elders of the church, and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord.”
If you or anyone you know is ill, either in hospital or at home, and would like to receive the Church’s ministry in anointing and Holy Communion, please let Fr Nigel know and he will come and visit you/your family and friends
At Sacred Heart there are two boxes at the back of the Church. One is for food items (in cans and packets only please) for the food bank at Trinity Methodist Church, Goole (which is in urgent need of constant replenishing). The other box is for woolly hats for the apostleship of the sea to give to those who work at sea. Many thanks to parishioners in Goole who very kindly knitted the most recent donations.
Patterns for hats are available at the back of the church
SINGING PRACTICES have now resumed at St Joseph's at 11.45am on Wednesdays.
Join us to prepare music for Advent and Christmas. Further details from Ann Wottge. Tel: 01-757-6305.
CLEANING TEAM A for Howden this week.
SACRED HEART CHURCH welcomed the 2019 Tour de Yorkshire with banners and bunting.
ROOF’US FUND: WONDERFUL NEWS
We have some wonderful news for you. Our target of £25,000 has been reached. Now £25,152.90) It is all thanks to your generous support by way of your donations of money, giving time to bake on coffee mornings, buying the Roof’us slates, doing the weekly Numbers Up game buying tickets for and donating prizes to the raffles. Special thanks to the fund-raising team for all their hard work, effort and enthusiasm.
We still, of course, need you to continue in this way, as in addition to what we previously intended doing, we have had to add extensive floor repairs, stone work and stain glass window refurbishment, full decorating throughout, improving disabled access, the WC and new kitchen facilities, new heating system… Yes, it does seem like an endless task, but it is a very worthwhile cause and our duty to restore and maintain such a beautiful church building for future generations to come.
We also have to prove to the grant awarding bodies, as well as to the Diocese, that we are active parishioners and care enough to raise our share of the upkeep costs.
If anyone wishes to make a cheque donation towards our refurbishment please make it payable to: The Sacred Heart Refurbishment Fund. Thank you.
FIRST COMMUNION AT ST. JOSEPH'S
Classes for those already enrolled will be held at St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, Kennedy Drive, Goole, DN14 6HQ.
These classes are on the following Wednesdays at 6.15-7.00p.m.
9 October,13 November,11 December, 8 January,12 February,1 April and 6 May.
Please bring your I belong book and a pencil case.
All enquiries to Catherine Murphy 07734114540.
FIRST SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION 2020/ FIRST COMMUNION 2020. (ST JOSEPH'S)
Parents of children in Year 3 and above are invited to a meeting on Friday 15th November at 7.00p.m. at St. Joseph's Church to enrol their children on this programme.
A copy of your child's Baptismal certificate is necessary.
SACRAMENT OF CONFIRMATION 2020
Preparation for the Sacrament of Confirmation will commence on Friday 22nd November at 6. 00p.m at St Joseph's Church. Young people in Year 6 and above who have received Holy Communion may participate an adult must attend with them.
The Confirmation Celebration is on Wednesday 22 January 2020
DIOCESAN REFUGEE SUPPORT NEWSLETTER
Please take a copy of the latest issue of Refugee Response from the Diocesan Refuge Support group including news of the
Community Refugee Sponsorship Scheme and the WYDAN Night Shelter for destitute asylum seekers in Leeds
as well as updates from the Gianna project and St Monica's Housing. With many thanks and best wishes from Lucy Irwin (DRS facilitator)