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.  We meet monthly in the Church Hall at 2pm on the third Wednesday of the month, usually with an invited speaker or a special activity. 

To  help with seating and catering, please will members always send their apologies if  they are unable to attend a meeting. 

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 Meeting

Tuesday evening June 11th at 7pm in St Luke’s Church Hall, when we will hold our annual Strawberry Supper to which we invite all our MU Deanery friends. This year we have Kate Pwaisiho as a speaker, talking about MU in the Solomon Isles. Please do come if you can. Tickets are £5 to include a Strawberry Supper and cakes. There will be a Bring and Buy stall, book stall and raffles.

MU AGM 20 Mar 2024

Our 2024 Annual General Meeting was held in the Church Hall on Wednesday 20th March and was attended by 20 members.

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MU Epiphany Meeting 2024

We always celebrate the first meeting of the year with an Epiphany party.

Our Vicar, Rob, conducted a lovely short Communion service for the 30 members who attended in spite of the cold and icy weather conditions.

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MU meeting November 2023

On 15th Nov 23 we welcomed Jane Colley as our speaker. She is a volunteer at St Paul’s Centre in Crewe Christian Concern. St Paul’s was one of the Railways Churches and was built in 1869. The centre continues to work with disadvantaged people in society.

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Mothers’ Union Oct 2023

On Thursday 18th October, we welcomed Jean McLaren to speak about her life as the wife of a vicar. She entitled her talk: “A Pot of Coffee, a Jam Muffin and 17 Pairs of Welly
Boots!”

She first of all told us the story of how they met, with Jean working in the Birkenhead Bookshop and a certain curate who kept coming in and ordering obscure books! They at
least did have a shared faith…….

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