Donna Maria Logue, who describes herself as “a survivor” of domestic abuse, was the guest speaker at the ‘16 Days Breakfast’ in the White Horse Hotel near Londonderry on Saturday 24th November. Ms Logue is the founder of the La Dolce Vita Project, a voluntary support service for women and men impacted by domestic abuse.
On the afternoon of January 9th, 2019 members of Clondehorkey Parish Mothers' Union met at the home of Roberta Merrick, Branch Leader, for their opening meeting of new year. The meeting took the form of an Agape Meal, the celebrant was the Reverend Shiela Johnson, a branch member of Clondehorkey. The Epistle was read by
A day of refreshment with the theme 'In Step with God' has been planned for 23rd February 2019 from 10.30am - 2.30pm. See below booking form:
Welcoming Jacqueline Armstrong to Derry and Raphoe Mothers' Union Jacqui’s childhood was spent in the rolling hills of Co. Cavan, surrounded by farm, forest, an Iron Age Fort and many hours of adventures and ‘make believe’. Having a go-ahead mother, she was signed up to Kilmore Cathedral GFS Branch at age 3. Memories from those days include
The Mothers' Union in Ireland is speaking up for victims of domestic abuse. Join us at our 'Souls of Our Shoes' exhibition that features shoes that seek to tell stories on behalf of abused victims.
Christmas is the busiest time of year in women's refuge centres. Many of those who seek help there arrive with nothing. You can help!
Abuse can come in many forms. It is important to understand exactly what is abuse? It is any form of violence or abuse that is directed at another person.
Are you affected by violence and abuse? Do you know someone who is affected by violence and abuse? There are people that can help and support. Find out more...
Our 16 days of activism takes place from 25th November - 10th December. The Mothers' Union is dedicated to supporting those affected by violence and abuse. 16 Days of Activism: 25th November – 10th December Lord Jesus, we pray for all to follow your example of treating men, women and children with equality and respect.
Welcome to the November issue of the Irish Spin 2018 packed full of information on the latest Mothers' Union initiatives plus lots of important dates for your diary. Catch up with all the news today! See below link to view the publication online: Click here to read the Irish Spin - November 2018