Deanery Events

2018 News

Find out more about what’s happening 

in the Mothers’ Union near you.

Wath Deanery

Wath All Saints members enjoyed the Mary Sumner Day Service at Sheffield Cathedral.

Diane Kelly was admitted as a member of  Brampton MU at the Mary Sumner Day Service.

Ecclesall Deanery

Dore members found a new use for a phone box whilst on their summer outing to Eyam.

Ecclesfield Deanery

Ecclesfield held their Deanery Festival at St Marks Grenoside in July.

 Tankersley Deanery

Tankersley Deanery held a United service at Thurlstone.

A lovely evening when 65 ladies and gentlemen joined together in a service where Canon Gordon Taylor spoke about Hope. Followed by a delicious supper.



Doncaster, Snaith and Hatfield Deaneries.

An Update on the Lent Project organised by St John’s Wadworth for MU Literacy Fund….

 On Sunday 24th June President Pauline visited Wadworth church service and she was presented with a cheque for an amazing £2,465 which was raised for MU Literacy Project . This was a brilliant event in the memory of Miriam Taylor. Miriam’s husband, Chris, presented the cheque to Pauline and they are seen in the photo with Brenda Sharpe who organised the Lent Project.

Wadworth , St John’s, held a sponsored Bell Ring for 2 hours on Saturday 17th March for the MU Literacy Project as part of their Lent Project. Margaret Jackson, Branch leader of St Francis, one of their Mission Partnership churches, went along to give encouragement and a donation from her branch to Diocesan member Brenda from St John’s.

Michael and Duncan completed two hours successfully. Well done chaps

St Francis Branch held their Annual Quiz night on Saturday 10th March. 11 teams battled it out and it was a very enjoyable and successful,evening raising £444 for the MU Literacy Fund.

Photographed is the successful team and Pam Hankin being presented with the Wayne Page memorial Trophy by Margaret, the Branch Leader.

Adwick Deanery

Adwick Deanery are still waiting for a new Deanery Leader to step in to the role. Please consider this very worthwhile task for the organisation.

Spring Fayre for AFIA at Sprotborough.

In April, St Mary’s, Sprotbrough held a Spring Fayre to raise money for AFIA. There were various stalls including homemade produce, bottles, mystery gifts, books and , of course, a raffle. Sarah and Beryl brought along there literature stall also. The event was well supported by the Community and £500 was raised. Other members from the Deanery came along and Izzy Mears was presented with a gift to thanks her for all her hard work as Deanery Leader over many years.

Owston MU’s branch member Rose Body keeps her self very busy knitting Twiddle Muffs, Premature Baby outfits, jumpers and hats for local hospitals and Nursing homes. Well done Rose and ‘Thank you.’