Check out the latest edition of the Mothers' Union Clergy newsletter for Spring 2018. In Mary Sumner’s Footsteps" is the theme for 2018. Click here to view the latest MU Clergy Newsletter
Mothers’ Union members in Leckpatrick and Dunnalong along with children and parents at the community Children’s Day, held as part of their project for their Dorcas Project for the Presidents’ Shield.
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The September issue of the Irish Spin is now available for you to read online. Click on the link below to catch up on all the latest social policy news brought to you by the Mothers' Union. Click here to view The Irish Spin
Check out the latest edition of the Irish Spin, for all the recent news from the Mothers’ Union. The Irish Spin newsletter is now available to download from our website. Click here to download 'The Irish Spin'.
Monday, 27th March was the last of our five Diocesan area agape meals which took place in Maghera Parish. In total we had 471 members at these and all agree it was a wonderful time of fellowship and inspiration. Our Diocesan President, Mary, helped us think about how we are the body of Christ here
The latest editions of the Northern Spin and the Southern Spin are now available on our website. Click on the links below to view the publications. Click here to view The Northern Spin Click here to view The Southern Spin
Check out the January 2017 publication of the Irish Spin for all the latest news from the Mothers' Union. Click here to download the Irish Spin
Derry and Raphoe Mothers' Union will be hosting a faith in action prayer breakfast on Saturday, February 25th, 2017 from 9.30am - 11.30pm at St. Augustine’s Church Hall, Londonderry. Bishop Pat Storey will be joining us for this event. Pre-booking is required. Everyone welcome. Click Here to Download Our Prayer Breakfast Booking Form
Representatives from Women’s Groups from Derry and Raphoe as well as Mothers’ Union members attended the Prayer Vigil organised by Jacqui Armstrong, Derry and Raphoe Mothers’ Union Faith and Policy Co-ordinator, in St Columb’s Cathedral as part of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence. Among those present were five female clergy from