Reflections from May 17
posted by: Joan Vine | on: Friday, 2 June 2017, 18:30
MU TREASURER The diocesan treasurer is standing down in October 2017 so be they a MU member or not we need someone to fulfil this important roll. If you, or you know someone who would be willing to take on this task please get in touch with our President Judith Meaden.
I wanted to join a faith based organisation and after reading about Mothers' Union decided that this possibly was for me. I made the right decision. Pam Hibbert
The inspiration of Christian Aid comes from the mission and ministry of Jesus and by the vision of a new earth where everyone lives in justice, peace and plenty.
Look out for a MU Coffee Morning from 10am on Wednesday 21st June and a Quiet day at Clare Priory on Friday 22nd September from 10am – 3pm organised by Jane Richardson, Branch Leader, Great & Little Tay Mothers’ Union, if you want to know more contact Jan Richardson on 01206 221481 or email email@example.com
As news spread around the City of Manchester on Monday night people came together among the fear and chaos to try to bring some form of help and comfort to the dying, the injured and the fearful. Out of evil cometh good...
St Julian’s book ‘The Revelations of Divine Love’ came into being after her having no less than sixteen visions which she had during a near death experience. Faced with death she saw Christ bleeding and she became instantly aware of His suffering and His love for us.
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