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Phil Wiseman (L) and Elaine Richards (R) were presented with their 50 year membership by Denise Brown. The presentation took place in President Lola Reinhart home.
On December 3rd we gathered to celebrate with Evelyn, her 60 years of service to the community through Mothers Union. We celebrated with Holy Communion during which our Mothers Union... Continue reading
Dear Friends in AMUA, South Sudanese Bishops’ wives and other representatives of Mothers Union in South Sudan met in Uganda a few weeks ago. This was a wonderful time of... Continue reading
Current and previous members of our branch together with visiting members from Morpeth East Maitland, Maitland, Nelson Bay, Morpeth, Mt Vincent, Williamtown/Medowie/Malabula and Mothers Union Executive helped to celebrate our... Continue reading
Both Church of Ireland Archbishops took part in the All–Ireland Triennial Thanksgiving Service of the Mothers’ Union (MU) this month at Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin. The highlight of the... Continue reading
In August Leonie Toovey and I were away for a week as delegates of our Newcastle Diocesan AMUA, attending a MULOA Conference in Auckland NZ.This was one of a number... Continue reading
This photo of Dr. Paul Craven and myself was taken following the Overseas & Northern Luncheon at New Lambton. Dr. Paul received his yearly donation for NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care... Continue reading
It is with deep regret that due to extenuating circumstances it has become impossible to continue and we have now closed our Branch of the Mothers Union Gloucester .We commenced... Continue reading
Windale Mothers Union worked together and assembled 30 packs for the Samaritans to donate to the homeless. Father David blessed them at our Sunday morning service. A great effort was made by... Continue reading
The combined Mothers Union groups at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Kotara had a working bee to make bunny rugs for the John Hunter Hospital. Generous donations from members... Continue reading