Deanery Events

Find out more about what’s happening in the Mothers’ Union near you.

DASH Deanery

St Jude's Hexthorpe welcomed President, Gill Fellows and Membership Development Officer, Jo Anne Van Levesley to talk at their March meeting.On Saturday 25th January St Francis MU and church members packed 60 Back Packs with school items, uniform, soap, towels, toothpaste and brushes and any other items for children in Africa, via Mary's Meals.

Ecclesall Deanery

On Saturday 30th November Dore held a very successful,Christmas Market. Over £680 was raised. Well done Dore



Rotherham and Laughton Deaneries 

The closing service of the Minster MU, Rotherham was held at St Paul's , Masborough. The Eucharist was led by Rev Philip Batchford and followed by Pie and peas.

Wath Deanery

Wath Deanery IMPC members were invited to a Christmas Afternoon Tea in St James Rooms, Wath. Those able to come where joined by Mary Carr, (Deanery Leader) Lesley Harpham (IMPC Rep)Gill Fellows (President) and Vicar John Parker and Curate, Charles Burton. Members of Wath All Saints MU were waitresses and member, Betty Frost, played carols and songs for a sing song. There was even a visit from Santa who brought them gifts.

Tankersley Deanery

On Sunday 13th Oct 6 new members were enrolled at Holy Trinity, Elsecar during the morning service of Holy Communion. Unfortunately one member was all so was enrolled in absentia. Deanery Leader, Anne Balme and Branch Leader Isabel Sharman are shown with the 5 new members present. We welcome them all.

Attercliffe Deanery

On a hot and sunny July afternoon members of St Catherine's Mothers Union enjoyed an outing to Whitby's Fish and Chip Restaurant at Catcliffe.
Although few in numbers on this occasion we had a lovely meal and enjoyable conversation.

Ecclesfield Deanery

34 members and friends enjoyed Fellowship, Fun, Food and a quiz on Candlemass at High Bradfield.
Chapeltown Branch enjoyed a visit form Worsbrough Flour Mill staff, who came and showed them how to make bread, it was an extremely (if sticky) experience and they all ended ups with a lovely piece of dough to take home and bake into a tasty loaf.