Deanery Events

We are sorry to report the death of Ruth Mangham who sadly passed away on Saturday 9th January aged 79 years. She and her husband , Peter, had been married for 57 years.  Ruth joined the Mothers’ Union at Wentworth and Harley when the branch reformed in 2000. She was an active member and a very conscientious Treasurer. She became our Diocesan Overseas Representative and visited branches throughout the Diocese. Ruth joined the branch at Wath as an IMPC member when the Wentworth and Harley branch closed, due to health problems. Ruth was a much loved member who supported activities throughout the Deanery, Diocese and Province and will be sadly missed.

Our deepest sympathy and fondest and love to Peter.

Find out more about what’s happening in the Mothers’ Union near you in 2021

During this time of lockdown and crisis in our country we hope all deaneries and branches are keeping in touch by phone, email , text, face book with all members. 

Shine your light!

DASH Deanery

Two young MU supporters have designed their own MU Carol sheet and been Carol Singing around their neighbourhood for MU Funds.

Well done and thank you Harry and Bella, very enterprising.

Margaret Culloden and Helen Curtis delivered 84 hats, 4 pairs of mittens, 2 fresh start baskets, bedding, dressing gowns and slippers , toiletries and toys to Tanis for the Women’s Refuge.

Well done Tickhill Branch a super donation.


On Saturday 12th December members and friends of St Francis Branch collected Christmas gifts for the women and children of Doncaster Refuge. Branch Coordinator, Margaret, had a packed car of gifts. Thank you to all who contributed.


Ecclesall Deanery, Dore Branch.

Whilst we couldn’t hold our Christmas Market at the end of November, we still had the Hamper Raffle and members were very generous in their donations. Money was taken by cash, cheque or bank transfer and the Coordinator wrote donors names on the raffle tickets . The draw was done at the start of Sunday’s Zoom Church service on 6th Dec. Sale of tickets and associated donations have raised £400 for MU Literacy Programmes.   Rosemary Kirkman.

Well Done Dore Branch. Brilliant.

Action and Outreach are still managing to help the Clewer Initiative during this pandemic. Thank you all.          Pauline Reynolds. A and O.

Christmas Cards for Moorlands Prison.

Prison Volunteers , with help from members and supporters of Sheffield Diocese MU have been busy signing one thousand Christmas cards to go to Moorland Prison, Doncaster.

Thank you to all the volunteers!