New members of Mothers' Union, Linda Hewitt and Wendy Gallagher with Rev'd Paul Hoey.
Mothers' Union members visiting Sarah Carr on her 90th Birthday. Happy Birthday Sarah from everyone in Derry and Raphoe Mothers' Union.
The Summer outing of Templemore MU to the festival at St Andrew's Church, Killyman was enjoyed by everyone. As well as the wonderful exhibition of wedding dresses, members of the church had organised a craft fair, antique market and a display of vintage cars and motorbikes.
In consultation with the Trustee Body, Mrs Phyllis Grothier has elected Mrs Mary Good as the new Diocesan President of Derry and Raphoe Mothers' Union. Mary has been a member of the Mothers' Union for over 30 years. She was enrolled into Dublin & Glendalough MU. When the family moved to Lurgan, she was Branch Leader in Shankill
Members made their way to Christ Church Strabane for the annual Overseas meeting of the Derry and Raphoe Mothers’ Union. For those who had never visited before, they were amazed at the beautiful architecture of the church and richly coloured windows with the evening sunshine streaming through. Quoting John 10 v 10 ‘I am come
The annual Day of Refreshment took place on Saturday 9th April. The theme for the day was Absolutely Lovely and the speaker Mrs Kay Clarke. Members gathered in expectation and anticipation of an enjoyable day and they were not disappointed. Opening her talk Kay told members of her daughter Kathy who takes her teddy bear with
It was with much emotion that Mrs Kay Clarke announced to members present at the Spring Council meeting on 26th April 2016 that Mrs Elsie Stewart had stood down as Diocesan President due to ill health. She acknowledged Elsie’s disappointment having to make this decision and paid tribute to her for all the work she had