Recent Events Jan-Mar 22

Newcastle MU are involved in collecting and donating items for the people of Ukraine

Alison, Branch Leader for Upper Coquetdale MU sorting through items ready to go to the Ukraine.

Jacqueline packing the car with donations from Holy Nativity MU to be delivered to the Polish centre in Newcastle.


Newcastle West MU enjoyed a talk by their Interim Minister, Daniel on 'Thoughts For Lent' through a series of pictures.


First Thursday in the month and a few of us were at our Cathedral for Midday Prayers  unfortunately we missed some of our regulars who were unable to be with us, although Helen Brunton prepared the prayers for todays service - thank you Helen. We stayed on for 12 30 weekly Communion Service and we were truly blessed with Canon Claire taking it. Also good to hear our MU Newcastle and our Action and Outreach with Diana Macnaughton prayed for in the Intercessions


Christchurch MU, North Shields

Christchurch MU have enjoyed meeting back together and recently had an interesting talk based on a painting by William Dyce with the unusual name of ‘Pegwell Bay Kent a recollection of Oct 5th 1858.’
Through the painting Jean, the speaker challenged our own preconceptions of what we really believe and gave us the opportunity to reflect on what is truly important as we consider Transformation - now.
Following our service yesterday Susan shared information about her Ukrainian friend and her family and Russian friends in St Petersburg who are also saddened by the current situation. As always the Mothers Union is concerned for all those in adversity and we know how much friends appreciate our prayerful and practical support.


’Changing Lives!’

Hats for Fishermen

30 hats were recently donated to The Fishermen's Mission in North Shields who provide emergency support and practical care to fishermen and their families


St John’s Whorlton 

Some blankets that were knitted during Covid were donated to a local Care Home and to some local housebound members. 

Season Sluice Branch Leader, Vivienne Scott was recently enrolled by our Chaplain, Rev Anne Marr.


7 families from a local Refuge were treated to a trip out to ‘Inflatanation’- an inflatable activity space funded by a Mothers’ Union local group. 

”It was good when we tried to bury ourselves in the ball pool”

”We don’t ever get to do this”

’A big thanks to Mothers’Union- new families met each other and kids made new friends. This was a lovely activity for getting to know each other and letting off lots of Christmas excitement.’






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