Working towards our Silver Eco Church award
Caring for our gardens and encouraging wildlife: positioning bird boxes, planting bushes and creating our Wildflower meadow.
For the beauty of the earth, for the beauty of the skies.
For the love which from our birth over and around us lies.
Lord of all to thee we raise this our joyful hymn of praise
Our Community Weekend July 2022
What a wonderful weekend we all had sharing God’s word with our community. The weather was beautiful and there was lots for everyone to enjoy.
Friday evening wine and sing with the music group
Saturday: Community Day
Sunday Outdoor Service: Morning praise
Sunday evening concert by the Lindsey Chamber Orchestra
Captian Paul Mcdongh’s retirement service
Today we said farewell to Paul and Sue as Paul begins his retirement form his ministry among us with the Church Army.
Thank you Paul for sharing your gifts and you ministry with us for the past 5 years.
We wish both you and Sue a well earned retirement with rest, relaxation, enjoyment and many blessings
Celebrating Christmas with our Christingle Service: December 2021
Remembrance Sunday 2021
We shall not forget
All souls service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving
Harvest Festival and Julies first Sunday as a licensed reader:
Julie Parker’s licensing as reader
October 2021 in Lincoln Cathedral
Macmillan Coffee Morning
Creationtide Service and lunch : September 2021 with the Bishop David
Wine and Sing With St Hugh’s Music Group
By the Clergy, RDM group and our helper
St Hugh’s Singers
St Hugh’s singers in good voice as they practice for their concerts this year. Upcoming concerts will be advertised on this website and on our Facebook page
Candlemas at St Hughs
The Candle Factor
Brownies and friends enjoying a fun evening making real candles, candles and cake candles whilst learning about Candlemas and the presentation of Jesus in the temple
Christmas at St Hugh’s 2019
John Leggott Collage Carol Service and Concert
Our Crib Service
Christmas Blessings: with St Hughs Singers and guests
Remembrance day Service
The brownies made poppy wreaths and wrote prayers which they laid on the High Alter during our service of remembrance. They also made a collage .
Remembering loved ones on All Souls Day
Having fun at our Pumpkin Hero’s Light Party
John Leggott College International Students Afternoon Tea
A great afternoon was had by all as we welcomed International Students to Scunthorpe with their host families and staff of the college .Food galore, entertainment by the students and a quiz. A great time had by all
We are 80!!
A weekend of Celebration and thanksgiving
We had a wonderful community weekend of celebration and thanksgiving for our 80th Birthday We were blessed with beautiful weather and enjoyed entertainment with talented local artists and a wonderful display of art by the Scunthorpe museum Art Group.
Fridays Pimms and praise with St Hugh’s Music Group
Saturdays craft fair with entertainment from:
The invisible Musical theatre company, Drums and praise with Peter Oaks and organ recitals by Tony Dixon and Chris Taylor. Compete with BBQ and outdoor games.
Jazz Evensong with the music Students from John Leggott College
Celebrating Pauls Ordination to the Priesthood in Lincoln Cathedral on 29th June 2019
Confirmation: June 2019
It was a privilege to welcome Bishop Rob: Assistant Bishop for the Diosease of Lincoln and candidates from the North of the Diosease at our confirmation service.
Peter : The Rock:
Richard and Sylvia Rice-Oxley
St Hugh’s Singers and Guests preformed this musical recently at St Hugh’s Church: Old Brumby, and St Pauls Church: Ashby
A Wonderful performance bringing the Journey of St Peter through the words of the Gospels and the Acts of the Apostles in music and song
Israel/Palestine Pilgrimage: April /May 2019
On29th April in the early hours of the morning, 6 pilgrims left for a 10 day pilgrimage to Israel/Palestine. Cameron, Julia, Paul, Jenny, Becky and Brain. We back-packed around the Holy land staying in hostels and meeting Some wonderful people along the way. We visited: Jaffa, Bethlehem, Hebron, Jerusalem, Nazareth, Cana, Tabgha, Capernaum, The Mount of Beatitudes, and descended( or rather scrambled) down Arbel Cliff. There are so many highlights and so many challenges for us all but here are just a few:
We all learnt so much about the political divisions in this country which moved us deeply and yet amidst all this are signs of hope for peace and reconciliation.
The sights, sounds and smells of the bustling streets of the Old City in Jerusalem along with the elaborate places of worship were at times overwhelming and yet fascinating with many different traditions grappling for space to worship . In contrast there are more simple reflective places where we found peace and solace: the Shepherd’s field, The Garden of Gesthsemane, the Garden Tomb, the lovely little Old town of Nazareth and the tiny simple synagogue over the site where Jesus started his ministry and the Mensa Christie Church at Tabgha next to the Sea of Galilee:
Then there’s the people we met on way: Marwin: a 3rd generation Palestinian refugee , the Palestinian family who gave us an evening meal, and our”Good Samaritan “ who helped us find food one evening and the kind hotel manager who allowed us into his restaurant even though it was late.
The Eucharists we shared together on the sandy shore of the Sea Of Galilee and under a shady tree after our scramble down the Arbel Cliff.
The beauty of this place with its contrasting landscapes: green and lush with beautiful plants and flowers contrasted with ruggedness and baroness of the desert.
Below is a selection of photos taken by us all at different times.( in order of the places we visited. Becky wrote a daily blog with photos of the days events and these can be seen on our facebook page.
Easter Sunday April 2019
He Is Risen
A wonderful lively Easter Celebration with Baptisms
Good Friday April 2019
Children’s Activity Morning
Children,parents and ” The Team” having fun as we journey with Jesus through Holy Week to Easter Sunday through stories, songs games and crafts.
Watoto Children’s Choir: March 2019
What a fantastic evening of music, dance and inspirational stories by these wonderful children and their carers from Uganda. They really are an inspiration and a true reflection of God’s love in their lives.
St Hilda’s Pilgrimage : March 2019
On 10th March 13 parishioners and friends embarked on a pilgrimage to walk St Hilda’s way: a distance of 40 miles starting at St Hilda’s well in St Hilda’s Church yard.We journeyed through Danby, Lealholme, Glaisdale, Egdon, Sleights, Sneaton and finished at Whitby Abbey. We experienced fun, fellowship, companionship and sheer determination as we walked through rain( a little) very blustery winds, some sun and lots of mud and walked up hill and down dale, crossed the moors, walked through fields and woodland, and the beautiful quint town of Whitby. always enjoying good food and hospitality at the end of the day.
Christ be with me, Christ within me, Christ behind me, Christ before me, Christ beside me, Christ to guide me, Christ to comfort and restore me.
Christ beneath me, Christ above me, Christ in quiet, Christ in danger, Christ in hearts of all that love me, Christ in care of friend and stranger
Celebrating the Chinese New Year 2018
with the International Students form John Leggott College