Deanery Events

Find out about what’s happening in Sheffield Mothers’ Union 

News from the Deaneries.

Rotherham & Laughton Deanery

Rycroft MU

Our MU event at St Nicholas, Ryecroft opened with midday prayers led by our new Chaplain, Fr Richard Parker. Lunch was served afterwards and everyone agreed it was lovely. After lunch Rob took over ,as usual , with his light hearted and fun Irish Bingo. There was a lovely atmosphere and,  even though not as many came as usual, we were very happy with our hard work and effort and have been able to give £100 to A.F.I.A. and £65 to Indoor Members. Thank you to our generous and loyal supporters.

Kiveton Park & Wales MU

This February we all met for lunch , across the road from the church . We were joined by Rev Gary Schofield and Rev Ian Jennings. Ian in the past has been the MU Diocese Chaplain .Members helped pack shoe boxes with a variety of gifts collected from a variety of people, including MU members, to go to Rotherham Lighthouse.A total of 118 boxes were produced, evenly split between men and women. A member our branch, very kind Co-ordinates this event.

Wath Deanery

Barnburgh MU hosted a Coffee Morning to raise funds for Make a Mothers’ Day

Wath All Saints

Anne Balme gave a talk to Wath MU entited 'Ticky Tat'She took us on her interesting travels in America,

Ecc & Att Deanery

Toiletries and other essential items have been donated to Sheffield Refuges this March. Thanks to Bradfield Mothers’ UnionThirty 'Real Easter Eggs' complete with Easter story were donated to Sheffield Refuges by Ecclesall & Attercliffe Deanery

DASH Deanery

Doncaster Minster making their first Joy bags

Instructions can be found on our Branch Resources page

The winning team receiving the Wayne Page Memorial Trophy for their victory in the Annual MU Quiz at St Francis.

The winners left to right are Tony Hudson , Pauline Archer, Simon Rogerson and Willy Fry. The trophy is being presented by Pam  Hankin  on the right ( Formally Pam Page, Wayne’s wife). The evening was a great success and very enjoyable.  All proceeds are for MU projects.


Mothers’ Union Barnby Dun had a lovely morning, serving hot x buns and bacon rolls at the Spring Fayre, raising over £520 for AFIA.

Tankersley Deanery