Sat 6.15pmDorothy, Jack & Maurice Laurent RIP
Sun 10.30amMariam Joseph RIP. Parish & people. George Hubert RIP
Mon 9.30amDeparted members of the Hubert family RIP
Tues 9.30amDeceased friends & relatives of the Boyd, Boreland & Kelly families RIP
Wed 9.30amDeceased friends & relatives of the O’Neill, Goodall & Chamberlain families RIP
Thur 9.30amCharles Wade RIP. Margaret Murphy RIP
Fri 9.00am
Holy rosary
Sat 9.30amGladys White RIP (1st anniv)

Masses next weekend

Sat 6.15pmMike & Tina’s 50th
Sun 10.30amNora Moynihan RIP (anniv). Sister Nita RIP

Lingfield Mass Centre – St. Bernard’s

Sun 9.00am

Reconciliation (Confession)

East Grinstead:Saturday 10am – 10.30am,
5:30pm – 6pm
Lingfield:Sunday 8.15am – 8.45am

SICK/HOUSEBOUND VISITS –  requests for visits and for Holy Communion in the Lingfield area – contact Deacon Ted.

ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT –  “Exposition takes place every Friday morning at Our Lady & St Peter’s between 09:00-12:00pm.  Come let us adore Him.”

REFRESHMENTS –  Everybody is cordially invited for refreshments after Sunday Mass at both St. Bernard’s and Our Lady & St Peter’s churches.

WILLS & BEQUESTS –  The Parish has benefited greatly in the past from the thoughtfulness of parishioners who have nominated the parish to receive funds from their estate.  Please consider it.

GIFT AID OFFERINGS/DONATIONS –  can be taken out at anytime throughout the year.  It is a valuable source of additional income or the parish with no extra cost to the parishioner

World peace day –  Peace Sunday, promoted by Pope Francis and international organisation, Pax Christi, this Sunday 20 January.  The theme is Good politics serves peace.  There is much useful information, prayers and reflections on Pax Christi’s website; the organisation has a long history of promoting conflict-resolution and sharing the Gospel of Peace. Further information from or email: [email protected]

PARISH FINANCE MEETING  –  3pm Wednesday at the Presbytery.

CHILDREN’S LITURGY TODAY : OLSP  –  Sunday 3C – “The Spirit’s Power.”

THE NEXT LITURGY OF THE WORD FOR CHILDREN  –  will be next Sunday 3rd Feb. Sunday 4C –  “Fisherman.”

REFRESHMENTS   –  Join us for refreshments after Sunday Mass at St Bernard’s or Our Lady & St Peter…there’s always a warm welcome.

EXPOSITION EACH friday  –  Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is now back for the New Year at OL&StP  church each Friday morning, 09:00am followed by the Holy Rosary at 12 noon.  Just pop in for any time that might suit you, everybody is welcome.

COUNTED MISSIO RED BOXES    Some boxesare still awaiting collection from the back of the church at OL&StP.  Please will you collect if yours is one.

EAST  GRINSTEAD CATENIANS  – The East Grinstead Circle of the Catenian Association will meet at the Dorset Arms, High Street, East Grinstead on Monday, 21st January at 8.00 p.m.   The Catenian Association is a Catholic faith-based friendship group for men who meet socially and support each other through fellowship, faith, family, fun and fundraising. To find out more on the Catenian Association, please call Paul Barrett on 01342 870058 or visit

JO CORMAC REQUIEM MASS   –   St. Bernard’s, 10.30am  Thursday 24th January.

Justice and Peace Assembly – Human trafficking: slavery on our doorstep to be held at The St Philip Howard Centre (formerly DABCEC) 4 Southgate Drive, Crawley on Saturday 26 January from 9.30-3.30pm. Learn about the slave trade hidden right under your nose and how you can help those affected. With guest speakers from local, national and international organisations working to stop human trafficking.  Please book your place with Rosie Read. Tel: 01293 651165 or email [email protected] 

Charity night for the elderly of Nepal – money being raised for an old peoples home being built in Nepal – 5 course Nepalese meal, Nepalese dancing and much more at the Meridean Hall (East Court) Tues 29 January 6.30pm for 7pm start to midnight.  £27.50 per head (£10 goes to the charity) Please phone Gurkha at the Woodcock Inn on 01342 325325 to book your seats now. or email [email protected]

20p feeds a baby for a day! –  By popular demand Lingfield SVP are running another Jazz Night on Saturday 9th February 7.00-10.30. Venue Jubilee Community Centre East Grinstead. Tickets £15 including a Fish & Chips supper. There will also be a bar and a raffle. Tickets available from Lala (01342 327222) Angeline (01342 832665) or Enrique (07824 098276). Every ticket sold helps to feed a baby in Sudan so come & have a great evening & help save the lives of children too.

EG Foodbank – require the following items:  tinned peas, carrots and potatoes, pasta sauce (jars), tinned meatballs and pasta hoops, surface cleaner, longlife milk Green 1 litre, tissues (small boxes), longlife fruit juice 1 litre, toilet paper -small two rolls, washing powder or liquid – small.

CRAWLEY OPEN HOUSE   –  people keep asking about the current funding crisis and what they can do to help. In response COH has launched its ‘Be 1 in 1000’ regular donors scheme aiming to build a community of 1000 local people giving £10 per month, which would be such a huge help in safeguarding its work with the homeless and marginalised and the dedicated people who deliver it.

CRAWLEY OPEN HOUSE   –  welcomes sleeping bags, blankets, and flasks to give to homeless people who turn up at the door when the Centre is full.  In addition tinned and packet food is welcome as well as coffee, tea and sugar.  Please leave donated items at the back of church at OLSP and St. Bernard’s.  Larger items, including duvets and clothes also be donated at both churches, or taken directly to COH at Three Bridges.  Tel: 01293 447702. Alternatively, if you prefer, please leave a cash donation in the basket and the SVP will purchase items on your behalf.  Thank you for all your generous donations throughout the year.

GATWICK DETAINEES WELFARE GROUP-desperately needs medium sized trousers and trainers size 9&10.


Arundel and Brighton Diocese is a Registered Charity No.25287 and Fairtrade Diocese

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