Mothers' Union (Astwell Group)
Mother's Union - An Introduction
The Mothers' Union focus is on promoting family values and marriage whilst sharing love and fellowship with others.
We believe in transforming communities from the inside and want our members and communities to be the voice of Christ socially and to fight for the future of families.
We welcome newcomers of all ages from the Astwell area (Helmdon, Stutchbury, Syresham, Radstone, Whitfield, Wappenham, Lois Weedon with Weston and Plumpton) --is this edited paragraph correct ??? - Editor
Mother's Union - Mission Statement
The Mothers' Union is a Christian organisation which promotes the well-being of families worldwide. We achieve this by:
- Developing prayer and spiritual growth in families
- Studying and reflecting on family life and marriage and its place in society
- Resourcing our members to take practical action to improve conditions for families, nationally and in the communities in which they live.
Programme of Events 2017/18
All welcome. All meetings are at 7.30 pm at 12A Church Street unless otherwise stated.
Extra deanery events may be added.
Wednesday 25 October
AGM followed by talk by Rachel Wheeler - How RSPB are trying to connect children with nature
Wednesday 22 November
Chris Bazeley - Christmas Customs
Friday 18 December
Benefice Advent Service
Saturday 24 January
Communion in Church
Wednesday 28 February
|Lent meeting with Revd. Carole|
Wednesday 28 March
Rev Viv Baldwin Police Chaplain
Monday 9 April
Lady Day service at 10.30 a.m.
Wednesday 28 April
Valerie Anslow - Jesus the revolutionary - an explanation of how faith and politics can work together
Thursday 28 June
Wednesday 23 May
Jean Simmonds - Pysiotherapist
|Thursday 09 August 7pm||Mary Sumner - Service and finger buffet|
Wednesday 26 September
Wednesday 31 October
|AGM and Bring and show|
Wednesday 28 November
Friday 7 December
|Benefice Advent service|
Venues may be changed to spread our meetings around the benefice.
|For further details of any of the above events please contact Ann Smith or Audrey Beattie.|
|Click here for last year's programme (on www.helmdonhistory.com)|