Tiverton Mothers’ Union
Meetings are generally held in Tiverton Baptist Church Rooms from 2.00 pm on the second Wednesday of the month:
|8th September||Jo Shute accompanied by her guide dog
Caring for Boys in a Barnado’s Home in the 1960s
|13th October||Lesley Thurley, Mothers’ Union Executive
Prisons, Families and Seeds of Hope
|10th November||Members’ Discussion
My First Job
|8th December||Advent details TBC|
Promoting and supporting family life since 1876
Tiverton Mothers’ Union members endeavour to maintain this in various ways:
- By meeting regularly, praying together, caring for each other and entertaining speakers on subjects related to this aim
- By raising necessary funds for our overseas members to enable them to improve family life and health
- By raising funds for families in Devon who are in need of short caravan holidays Away From It All (AFIA)
- By supporting a scheme to enable prisoners due for release to rebuild relationships with their children (The Big Book Share)
- By knitting and sewing items for premature and new born babies, those with dementia and overseas orphanges
- By joining a worldwide wave of prayer to pray and support members in our link dioceses in Africa, the Caribbean and South Africa
- By enjoying one another’s company and having fun!
We meet on the Second Wednesday of each month at 2pm in the Baptist Church Rooms. All are welcome.
Lord of all,
unite us in our shared vision
of a world where God’s love is shown
through loving, respectful,
and flourishing relationships. AMEN.
For more information about Tiverton Mothers’ Union, please contact Helen Fensome: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or to find out about the Mothers’ Union in Exeter, visit http://muenterprises.org/exetermu.
More general details from the Mothers’ Union are available at www.mothersunion.org.
Following a special request via Jenny Palmer, a beautiful, crocheted altar frontal was made by Sheila Richardson for the Church on Rendova in the Solomon Islands. This request was received after a lovely MU banner that we made for another of the islands a little while ago.
The blankets, hats and gloves were for Nepalese Orphanages.
All were blessed by the Rev Robert Gordon before being sent overseas with our love.