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    Raise awareness of Domeastic Abuse


    Photos of the Commissioning are now in the Photo Albums


    Upper Coquetdale has a new post on the Recent Events page


    May Reflections are now available on the IMPC page under 'About Us'


    Holy Saviour Tynemouth enrolled 4 new members at their Lady Day service. They celebrated afterwards with a fish & chip lunch. 


    Easter Gifts for children in the Refuge

    The First Internet Branch provided 30 Easter Eggs one for each child in the Refuge at Easter.  The employer of one branch member also donated two age related Easter story books for every family in in the sixteen units that make up the Refuge.  All these gifts were delivered in Holy Week.


    Spring Council took place at St John's Kingston Park


    Three members, Christine Hall and Doreen Jackson with Margaret Crawforth taking the photo, from St Luke's Church MU preparing Mothering Sunday flowers for their congregation. 

    St Mary's Ponteland welcomed West Deanery MU to a Lady Day Service.Chaplain Rev Anne Marr led the service and Curate Rev Rosemary Harrison celebrated Eucharist wearing MU robes and using MU vessels.  President Margy Tasker-Brown also joined the service.

    Rosemary was enrolled into MU and Barbara Bailes (centre) was enrolled as the Branch Leader of Holy Cross Fenham MU.

    Members also enjoyed a cuppa provided by Ponteland MU






    The Commissioning Service of our President Margy Tasker-Brown and our new Trustees  took place last Saturday in Newcastle Cathedral.

    Preacher: the Rt Revd John Packer, Assistant Bishop of Newcastle.

    You can read some thoughts on Transformation Now by one of our Branch Contacts, Myra below:


    The World Wide Mothers’ Union Plan and Theme for the Future

    “Time for Transformation is Now “

    As we approach the start of a new Triennium at Mothers’ Union with the Commissioning of our new President Margy Tasker –Brown and the Diocesan Officers by The Right Reverend John Packer Assistant Bishop  of Newcastle in the Cathedral Church of St Nicholas on Saturday 19th February 2022 11am.

    The Worldwide Mothers Union Members are looking forward towards a fresh vision this is the Theme and Goal for 2022 Transformation Now”

    Throughout the Covid 19 Global Pandemic all the members did show incredible Strength, Resilience and Adaptability to carry on helping others.

    As an Organisation the members were forced to changes their ways especially, how members worked so they could continue to give support for those in our Worldwide Communities, who needed help and who would Benefit from the various Mothers’ Union Services, which I did in my Branch.

    This is the Time to:-

    Transform Mothers Union to be Relevant for 21st Century Life.

    Transform ourselves personally and spiritually to live out our Faith.

    Transform the Church and the Communities we work with and of which are a part, to reflect Christ Kingdom.

    “For with God nothing shall be impossible “(Luke 1:37)

    There will be various steps to achieve “Transformation “when we start thinking about the changes either for ourselves, our Churches and Communalities or lastly the Mothers’ union.

    We tend to look at our experiences and the way things have been done in the past.

    During periods of the lockdown and social distancing Mothers Union took on a “New Whole Look”, we have had to adapt and learn to thrive in these changing times, as we start new Triennium we must move forward, change how we can meet and keep in touch in 2022 and future years. Still have Faith Fun and Friendship.

    Written by Myra Turner:Branch Contact for Newham Branch

    Some of the Material was taken from Mothers‘Union Online Resources.



    Click on the theme to find Resources for Branches from Mothers’ Union. 


    Did you know we have a page on the Mothers’ Union website. You can donate to Newcastle Mothers’ Union directly here  


    You can also donate to Mothers’ Union every time you sho at Amazon by using the following link. 



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     2022 Spring Newsletter


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