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Mothering Sunday Liturgy

Mothering Sunday liturgy 2019 written for Mothers' Union by St Mellitus. Mothers’ Union Liturgy for Mothering Sunday 2019 written for us by the staff and students of St Mellitus College. Read it here.... Theme: Nurturing hope in a hurting world Our Mothering Sunday resources offer service ideas, crafts, sermons and prayers for your church or group.

By |2019-02-27T21:07:55+00:00February 27th, 2019|Mothers Union|0 Comments

MU President – Monthly Newsletter – February 2019

Our new Mothers' Union President Jacqui Armstrong is planning to edit a newsletter to our members on a monthly basis. We are delighted to introduce our new newsletter and this is the February 2019 edition. We hope you enjoy it. Mothers' Union President's Monthly Newsletter - February 2019 Mothers' Union President's Monthly Newsletter - February

By |2019-02-04T18:19:25+00:00January 31st, 2019|Mothers Union|0 Comments

16 Days Breakfast

Donna Maria Logue, who describes herself as “a survivor” of domestic abuse, was the guest speaker at the ‘16 Days Breakfast’ in the White Horse Hotel near Londonderry on Saturday 24th November. Ms Logue is the founder of the La Dolce Vita Project, a voluntary support service for women and men impacted by domestic abuse.

By |2019-02-04T18:44:06+00:00January 29th, 2019|Mothers Union|0 Comments

Welcoming in the New Year in Clondehorkey Parish

On the afternoon of January 9th, 2019 members of Clondehorkey Parish Mothers' Union met at the home of Roberta Merrick, Branch Leader, for their opening meeting of new year. The meeting took the form of an Agape Meal, the celebrant was the Reverend Shiela Johnson, a branch member of Clondehorkey. The Epistle was read by

By |2019-01-31T21:51:24+00:00January 29th, 2019|Mothers Union|0 Comments

Meet Our New President

Welcoming Jacqueline Armstrong to Derry and Raphoe Mothers' Union Jacqui’s childhood was spent in the rolling hills of Co. Cavan, surrounded by farm, forest, an Iron Age Fort and many hours of adventures and ‘make believe’.  Having a go-ahead mother, she was signed up to Kilmore Cathedral GFS Branch at age 3. Memories from those days include

By |2019-02-10T18:49:39+00:00January 16th, 2019|Mothers Union|0 Comments

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