Join the Roman Catholic communities of Brigg and Barton Upon Humber in North Lincolnshire
St Mary’s RC Church, 12 Barnard Avenue, Brigg, North Lincolnshire. DN20 8AS.
St Augustine Webster
St Augustine Webster RC Church, Whitecross Street, Barton Upon Humber, North Lincolnshire. DN18 5DF.
“As the Parish Priest of the Catholic Parishes of St Augustine Webster, Barton Upon Humber, and St Mary’s, Brigg, may I welcome you to read these pages about our two Parishes but more especially may I say you would be warmly welcome to come and celebrate Holy Mass, and other services, with us, and take part in our various Parish activities.
“Here on this site you will find brief histories of the two Parishes, our contact details, and be able to access our Weekly Bulletin which gives up to date information about worship, and other activities.
“We share the hope that all peoples will come to knowledge of Jesus Christ, as we believe he is The Way, The Truth and The Life. (John 14:6).”
You can make a donation to our Parish, the Diocese or to other funds by clicking on the link above. To make a donation to St. Augustine Webster’s type Augu in the box. To donate to St. Mary’s type Mary in the box.
PRAY THE ROSARY DURING MAY 2021:
The Pope has invited people throughout the world to pray the Rosary during May 2021 praying for the resolution of the Pandemic.
In our two Parishes, it will be recited on Zoom each day, and you are invited to join in. Sunday to Friday it will be at 6 p.m., and on Saturday at 4 pm. – each day in May.
It will begin with the Regina Coeli during the Easter season, and The Angelus thereafter.
A NOVENA TO THE HOLY SPIRIT, LEADING TO PENTECOST:
Traditionally people pray a Novena to The Holy Spirit from the day after The Ascension to the eve of Pentecost. One such Novena is below, which you are encouraged to pray for the needs of our Church especially our Diocese and our two Parishes.
The Novena is from 14th -22nd May.
We have suggested it is added to the public recitation to the Rosary on Zoom. (See above).
The gathering of the Parish Community, as one, especially on a Sunday and Holyday, is central to the life and mission of The Church. OUR BISHOPS INVITE EVERYONE WHO HASN’T BEEN TO HOLY MASS, IN RECENT TIMES, TO COME BACK TO HOLY MASS, as we move forward. They also extend a warm welcome, as do we, to all those seeking to understand how God is, already, at work in their lives. Please see our respective Parish “news” pages for their invite/reflection.
For the latest updates and announcements, including guidance about social media, please visit either St Mary’s or St Augustine Webster’s news page, and, more especially, The Bulletin which can be sent to you if you register to receive it by email or read it here (to do either click on “Bulletin” above), or go to our official facebook pages(s). They too are listed on the news page, and we advise you never to visit, support, or promote facebook pages , or a whatsapp group, not endorsed by either parish. Help build communication within our Parishes, and for our Parishes. Thank You for your cooperation and support in this matter as it helps maintain accurate ,and factual , communication with Parishioners and between, and within, our Parishes.
St. Augustine Webster
Sunday – 9am
Tuesday – 6pm
Saturday – 12.30pm
Saturday 6.00pm (First of Sunday)
Sunday – 11am
Monday – 9am
Thursday – 7.30pm
Friday – 7.30pm
For Holy Days of Obligation please see the Bulletin
Both St Marys (Brigg) and St Augustine Webster (Barton) are now open for Mass. Due to a limit on numbers your place at Sunday Mass must be booked in advance. (Sunday Masses are: Saturday 6pm -The First of Sunday – in Brigg, Sunday 9.00 am in Barton, and Sunday 11.00 a.m. in Brigg.) For St. Augustine Webster telephone 0775 392 5651, between 11am and noon on Friday and Saturday. For St. Mary’s please ring 07597034908 between 5.30 pm – 7.30 p.m. on a Wednesday and on a Thursday 11.00 -12Noon. Track and Trace details must be given when you come to church. Face coverings must be worn in church. This rule does not apply to children aged under 11 and people with a valid exemption. Neither Church/number accepts voicemail or texts for Mass Bookings. (Please click on the Covid-19 Button above for more general information on visiting our Churches.) When booking please advise us if anyone has mobility issues so that we can allocate the best/most practical seat to facilitate easier Reception of Holy Communion.