• Mothers' Union Deanery Festival Service
    Published: Thursday 26 March 2015 09:45:AM
    Author: Chris Ball
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    More than 75 members from the Middlewich Deanery joined us for our first Mothers’ Union Deanery Service and the evening, with tea and cake afterwards in the Mews of course, was a big success.  In his address, Canon Chris took the opportunity of telling something of his life to date and reminded us of the need to accept the challenges that life offers us, remembering that together, anything is possible.  Janet Kite played the organ for us. 

    The collection raised £200 and will be sent to two Mothers’ Union appeals: a local one (Away from it all) offering holidays to families who would never otherwise get a seaside break and an international cause, the Mothers’ Union in Vanuatu, who will be doing all they can to help the victims of cyclone Pam.

    Pictured here are Canon Chris Humphries, soon to be commissioned in the role of Diocesan Chaplain, Eileen Lees, MU leader at St Mary’s, Teresa Finney, MU member and Youth Worker holding our fine banner, Angela Klabou, Diocesan President and Diana Bancroft, Middlewich Deanery leader.