Welcome

Welcome to the parish of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Loughborough.

During these past weeks , Fr Paul has been sharing with us how we can follow Jesus by spending time in prayer, reading from the bible and listening to our Lord. We are a parish family who may not be able to meet, or worship like we would normally in these present times together, however we all have one thing in common, Our Lord, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

Follow us on our new Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/sacredheartlboro

Contacting Fr Paul: Please email oh.sacredheart.loughboro@dioceseofnottingham.uk

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Seventh Sunday of Easter

Previous Newsletters:- These can now be viewed on the Previous Newsletter 2021 tab

Additional information

News shared from the Diocese.

Please take a look on the recent Nottingham Diocese web pages. You will find activities, which are being shared within parishes which can be attended on line.

Links within Parish Life

FOLLOWING COVID RULES whilst attending Mass

Proclaimer:- If you have any feedback about the new website design, please contact the website admin via the contact form here.

Mass Times

We are asking anyone who would like to attend and have access to the web to click https://massbooking.uk You will be asked to set up a log in account as seen below.

If you are not able to access the web pages, please speak to Fr Paul to book due to traceability.

If you need additional information please contact us.

Mass DaysMass Times
Saturday Vigil17:30
Sunday Morning10:00
Wednesday Morning09:30
Confessions Saturday17:00 – 17:20
All services will follow the Government and Diocesan guidance

Children’s Liturgy

Please keep checking out this webpage whilst we are not able to meet.

Who are we? We are a group of children who want to learn more about Jesus. Whilst we can not meet in the church, due to the present situation, we can still listen to the stories written and sing and dance to the music shared with us each week. This will help us all stay connected as a group until we are able to meet again each Sunday.

Prayer: Dear Lord, I pray we all look after each other, as Jesus looks after us. I pray for family and friends, and for our parish we continue to serve. Lord I pray for this world of many challenges, and needing to do things differently to what we would prefer. Lord Jesus I know we are not alone and you are with us. We may not see but we know you will be holding our hands carrying us with your love. Amen

God bless Fiona

Over the next few weeks there will be a small break with children’s liturgy weekly posts.

Please see the following web links which you can watch on Youtube

Brother Francis

Bible for Kids and More

Gospels for Children

Christian Songs for Children to sing along too

Jesus has Risen on the third day
A little different to celebrate Jesus rising from the dead and rejoicing that Jesus is alive in us today.

The time when we can meet and celebrate our Children’s Liturgy

When we are able to meet for our Children’s Liturgy, we will have a big celebration

We will welcome all ages from being a baby to secondary school friends.

We will be able to listen to the Gospel reading and talk about it in a language we understand for being the ages we are. The best thing is we will do a craft before we are welcomed back into Mass, after the prayers where we think of others.

Within 20 minutes of meeting our friends, we will have listened to the story of Jesus, made something to show our family and even get a sticker for attending.

Don’t worry if you’re nervous, you can bring someone with you, may be mum, dad, brother, sister, grandparent, or a friend.

Our leaders will be happy to start our special Children’s Liturgy in sharing the good news of our faith.

COVID – 19 Parish Information

Changes to our weekly service

Information when attending our Parish Public Mass

Please find the Parish Risk Assessment during these difficult time for when we are able to open our doors.

The information below must be followed to ensure we are all safe.

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  • Do not attend Mass if you have any symptoms of COVID – 19.  
  • Face masks are to be worn at all times. (Remove briefly only to receive the host)
  • Stewards will be on duty at each Service.
  • At all times, use the distancing rule advised by Government.
  • Within the church you will see signage. Please ensure this is followed.
  • Enter the church via main door.  There will be a one-way system only.  Please do not go back on yourself.
  • Sanitiser is to be used before entry into the church via hand pump, located either side of the doors above the Holy Water font.
  • Within the church you will see areas where you may or may not sit.  You will be guided by the stewards.
  • You need to sit at the end of the pews and not the centre. The tape indicates this.
  • No hymn or service books will be used during Mass.
  • All kneels are not to be used, as these have been put out of action temporarily.
  • All prayers and dismissal will be said before we receive the Holy Sacrament.
  • You must take all your belongings with you as you will not be able to return to your pew.
  • A steward will guide each person when to receive the Holy Sacrament.
  • The Holy Sacrament will be placed in your left hand and NOT YOUR TONGUE.
  • Remove you face covering slightly to enable placing the host into your mouth. You must replace your face covering as you walk out of the church following the directional signs via foyer and exit. 
  • Please do not linger in the foyer due to social distancing.

A guidance to be followed please – Any queries please speak to our friendly stewards

Update on Covid-19 and Vaccination: In September 2020 the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales issued a statement COVID-19 and Vaccination (24 September 2020). In the light of the recent breakthrough in vaccine development they have now issued a follow up statement (3rd December 2020) which can be found on the CBCEW website along with the original September statement. The Bishop would be grateful please if you would circulate this information to your parishioners and include the link to this information to be found on the CBCEW website, and make mention of this please in your Parish Newsletters and Websites. Link: https://www.cbcew.org.uk/home/our-work/health-social-care/coronavirus-guidelines/update-on-covid-19-and-vaccination/

Contact

Please don’t hesitate to reach out and contact the Parish Priest, Fr. Paul Chipchase using the information below, or send a message using the form. You are also welcome and encouraged to speak to Fr. Paul informally after Mass if you have any queries.

To contact Fr. Paul Chipchase via the parish email, please fill out this form.

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