Mothers’ Union Support for the Youth Mission in This Diocese

A Week of Prayer for this Generation of Young People and the Next Churches all over the Diocese are joining together in October 2015 for an inspiring week of prayer for the young people in their Parish, and for youth work in their Deaneries. Whilst we really hope that very many youth groups all over the Diocese will join in, we would also like to encourage those parishes that do not have young...

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Mothers’ Union Diocesan Awareness Day – May 16th 2015

In every deanery in the diocese of Peterborough the members are already planning events for our awareness day. Maybe there will be coffee mornings, afternoon teas, craft sales or other events still to be announced. Whatever the event there will definitely be information about what we do, literature about Mothers’ Union and local and diocesan contact details. We hope to see our friends there but...

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Wave of Prayer Factsheets

Click here to download the Wave of Prayer Factsheets – you will need a PDF reader installed on your machine to do so.

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Kilkenny Cathedral

Whilst holidaying in Southern Ireland we visited Kilkenny Cathedral. What should greet us on our entry but this beautiful banner. Inside the Cathedral there was a Mothers’ Union table complete with display boards and an MU visitors book which I was pleased to sign. How wonderful to see MU so proudly displayed.   Hazel Goodman Saints and Angels MU Kettering

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A Brass Band Concert – Featuring 60s Club Band

Saturday 14th June 2014 2p.m. @ Ss Peter & Paul, Market Place, Kettering   A Brass Band Concert Featuring 60s Club Band with guest appearance of:   Park Infant School Choir Winners of Class 151 Infant School Choir, Kettering & District Eisteddfod 2014   Tickets £5.00 inc refreshments – 01536 522269 & 761033   Proceeds for the work of the Mothers’...

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Activity Quilts for Adults

When a person has dementia they may become very bewildered about their environment and often become agitated and begin plucking at their clothing. These quilts enable them to be distracted and provide a constructive activity. The aim is to maintain finger skills with buttons, zips, ribbons and Velcro and provide stimulation and conversation topics. The quilt must be firmly sewn to enable frequent...

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