Mothers' Union

St Luke’s has an active branch of the worldwide Mothers’ Union Christian membership charity.  Our branch has around 34 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.  We meet monthly in the Church Hall usually with an invited speaker or special activity.  Members can attend either the evening group (2nd Tuesday at 7:45 pm) or the afternoon group (3rd Wednesday at 2 pm) as suits their needs.

 

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

Date for your Diary

The Revd George Lane, Chaplain to Manchester Airport, will be coming to speak to the MU on Tuesday Oct 8th about his experiences working at the Airport. He is very entertaining (and husband to Bishop Libby Lane) and we are opening up the meeting to anyone who wants to come and see him.

Coming Meetings & Events

 

MU Afternoon tea

MU Afternoon tea

As we have done for the last few years our final meeting in July was Afternoon Tea, supplied by The Cobbles in Holmes Chapel. They did a wonderful job yet again, providing us with a good variety of sandwiches and a lovely selection of home-made cakes. Leah came over...

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MU at the Theatre

MU at the Theatre

A small group of 6 of us went to the New Victoria Theatre in Newcastle-under-Lyme to see the play ‘The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart' for our July meeting. None of us really knew what to expect, and at the interval we all looked at each other (over a cup of tea...

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MU at the Cheshire Show

MU at the Cheshire Show

This year a group of MU members organised by Rhain Jesson of High Legh MU helped to run the Mother and Baby tent at the Cheshire Show. Dorothy Wood and Carole Elliott helped on the Tuesday, which was actually a very dry, sunny day in the middle of many rainy days. The...

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