Mothers' Union

St Luke’s has an active branch of the worldwide Mothers’ Union Christian membership charity.  Our branch has around 30 members.   Firm friendship and good contacts have been made with other MU groups in the Chester Diocese aiming to help families in as many ways as possible.

 

We are an open and friendly branch and always delighted to welcome newcomers.  Following the relaxation of COVID restrictions, we are able to meet again monthly in the Church Hall at 2pm on the third Wednesday of the month, usually with an invited speaker or special activity.  

 

If you are interested in joining our branch, just turn up for a meeting or ring Carole or Dorothy.

Contacts

Carole Elliott

Carole Elliott

Branch Secretary

Tel 01477 533882

Dorothy Wood

Dorothy Wood

Branch Treasurer

Tel 01477 533704

Coming Meetings & Events

 

MU members together again!

MU members together again!

Our first “in person” meeting: Wednesday 17th September

We weren’t sure how many people would actually turn up for our first “in person” meeting but felt that as it was an afternoon tea we might get a few.

Well, thirty members and friends came to join in!!

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Mothers’ Union – April 2020 Report

Mothers’ Union – April 2020 Report

MU report  - April 2020 Well, what a strange year! Our AGM meeting usually is in March to coincide with the financial year, but this year both Dorothy and I were going to be away for that meeting so we planned it for April. Little did we know that April wasn't going...

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MU Evening Meeting Tuesday 11th February

MU Evening Meeting Tuesday 11th February

The speaker was Pat Riches – an old friend and member of the branch – she came to talk about the Sycamore Tree Course. Pat is a volunteer on the Sycamore Tree Course at Thorn Cross Prison. The Course is faith led and all the sessions are based on the story of Zaccheus,

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Mothers’ Union Cake Stall in aid of Away From It All – A huge ‘Thank You’ from the MU team to everyone who supported last Sunday – Cake bakers and providers and all who donated to our fund.  Together we raised a Grand Total of £195.20.  Dorothy Wood.