Every wedding has as a story. That story becomes timeless when you celebrate it in front of God and with family and friends at a Church that means something to you. A special Church like Sacred Heart in Hook. Emma was baptised and made her First Holy Communion at Sacred Heart Hook as well as being one of the first girl servers on the altar. A significant member of the wedding group was Pickle the goat who was one of her bottle feds when she worked for Millers Ark. Guests came from far and wide, including Scotland Wales Cornwall as well as Cape Town SouthRead More →

The Great Story of Jesus: why & how He came, His life, His death, His resurrection and ascension, followed by His invitation for each of us to encounter Him and follow Him. We would like to invite you to come to a retreat day to encounter even more deeply the Great Story of Jesus and to respond to the living relationship He offers each of us.  The retreat will present the whole story of salvation from creation to Jesus’s death and resurrection and give opportunities to make a personal response.     We all need time out from our everyday life to respond to Jesus’s invitation toRead More →

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For all our events please check our calendar. For Coronavirus related news and resources please check here.Below are our top events coming soon with more on the way so please check back regularly… Older and archived events are here Latest News Unlocking the Bible Course Just a reminder that the first of the 8 Zoom sessions for the “Unlocking the Bible Course” is beginning on :- Tuesday the 7th July at 7:30pm-9:30pm.  Then continuing Jul 14, 2020 7:30 pmJul 21st, 2020 7:30 pmJul 28th, 2020 7:30 pmAug 4th, 2020 7:30 pmAug 11th, 2020 7:30 pmAug 18th, 2020 7:30 pmAug 25th, 2020 7:30 pm If youRead More →

On Saturday, 24th November following an invite from Father Paul, Sacred Heart Church hosted an afternoon of prayer, song and worship with a focus on how to pray with the bible. Father’s friend  (Sr) Valentina Stilo is a consecrated missionary of the Verbum Dei (Word of God) community and also Catholic chaplain to the University of Southampton lead the event. The focus of the day was on praying with the bible (hence the Latin Verbum Dei) and involved scripture reflections, tips on how to pray with the bible, faith sharing, music and food.   Prayer and worship doesn’t have to be a serious thing – itRead More →

The Travelling Nativity (or Posada) helps to remind us of the real meaning of Advent and Christmas, a time of opening our hearts to those less fortunate. A time to prepare for Jesus. Posada is an old Mexican tradition where young people dressed as Mary and Joseph travelled from house to house asking for a room for the night and telling people about the imminent arrival of Jesus in the weeks leading up to Christmas. On Christmas Eve they would visit the local church to re-enact the nativity and place figures of Mary and Joseph in a crib. Modern day Posada uses Nativity figures ofRead More →