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Sun. 27th Jan. 2019 - 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Times

posted 25 Jan 2019, 07:03 by Veronica Yarwood

St John of Beverley Haydon Bridge & St Wilfrid's Haitwhistle

www.stjohnshaydonbridge.com www.rcchurchhaltwhistle.co.uk
Parish Priest: Father Christopher Warren KHS, Assistant Priest: Father Peter Stoddart
who reside at St Mary's Church, Hencotes, Hexham tel 01434 603119


Sunday 27th January 2019: Third Sunday of Ordinary Time:

Sunday Cycle C ,Weekdays Year I, week 3


Mass Times: HB Sunday 20th Jan 9.15am Third Sunday of ordinary Time
HW Thursday 31st Jan 930am I St John Bosco


HB Sunday 3rd Feb 9.15a.m.  4th  Sunday of Ordinary Time Confessions Hex

Saturday 2nd Feb 2nd 5 .l5pm prior to 6pm Vigil Mass, or by request.


For further info re Mass times in the Heavenfield Partnership area & other partnership news

see https://www heavenfIeldpartnershq,.org. uk/or leaflets at back of church

NB To facilitate the priests getting to Bellingham on time, the recessional hymn will be limited to 3 verses.


Collections Offertory: £221.20 White Flower Appeal: £5.00           .

Events this month


Sun Jan 27th Food Collection for Asylum Seekers &. Refugees

Wed Jan 30th 11am at Haydon Bridge. Joint Parish Council meeting to discuss way forward


Friday February 1st 7.00. in St Wilfrid's church hall 'Fun Race Night' - first race will be at 7.30pm All are welcome, Billy is busy preparing the quiz, as always 'Bring Your Own Drink' nibbles will also welcome for the tables. Raffle prizes can be brought on the night.

Partnership Baptism Preparation. The next Baptism Preparation session for the Heavenfleld

Partnership 11.00a.m. Venue St. Mary’s.
The event will last about 90 minutes and the parents of all children to be Baptised within the Heavenfield Partnership should attend one of these events before the Baptism takes place.

For  further info, or would to book a place for the session, please contact St. Mary's Parish Office

(01434 603119 or emaikstmaryshexham.plus.com)

Partnership Property & Community Review

Our Partnership has been selected as one of 3 pilot areas in the diocese to carry out this review. The purpose is to look at the best use of our property in the light of our Mission. The first stage is for each parish to carry out a Community Audit looking at: activities & services in our community, unserved need, current use of our buildings & potential developments in partnership with others. Anyone interested in contributing to this

Contact :HB Maureen Clark, Pat McMullon, Pat .Devlin

HW John Nixon, Veronica Yarwood

Diocesan Refugee & Asylum Project Donations

The project has temporarily suspended, distribution of clothes except for ladies & gents coats & shoes, bedding & towels, crockery & pans. This is due to a large increase in new asylum seekers, putting pressure on space and volunteer capacity and increasing the need for food and cash distribution ( see newsletter at back of church)