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MOTHERS' UNION

Yate Branch

Next meeting Lunch at the Lawns

Thursday 15th February 2024, 12:00 at The Lawns, Church Road

We meet monthly on the third Thursday each month at 2:00pm
in St. Mary's C
hurch, Yate or St. Nicholas church, Yate.

Please see the Diary for location. 

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Welcome

to the Yate Branch of the

Mothers' Union,
the worldwide organisation helping to provide 
Christian care for families everywhere.

Our aims and objectives:

  • To promote and support married life

  • To encourage parents in their role to develop the faith of their children

  • To maintain a worldwide fellowship of Christians united in prayer, worship and service

  • To promote conditions in society favourable to stable family life and the protection of children

  • To help those whose family life has met with adversity

 

To discover more you can contact us or visit the diocesan or national websites too.

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About Us

Do you think family life is important? 

We do! In whatever form that family takes, at home or overseas, we care!

Our Meetings

We are a growing, lively Christian group, part of Bristol Diocese and the Kingswood and South Gloucestershire Deanery. 

We are open to all, men and women and of any marital status. We are committed to the MU aims through prayer, fund raising and action. 

 

Branch meetings are on the third Thursday of each month, 2:00 pm usually in St. Mary’s Church, Yate, or St. Nicholas church, Yate. See our diary for meetings locations. We have many other events so even if you couldn’t make the meetings you might still like to get involved.

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Our History

Our founder, Mary Sumner, began the Mothers' Union in 1876. It was not until 1885 that MU began to expand beyond her husband's parish of Old Arlesford, near Winchester.

St. Mary's branch in Yate was started 30 years later in 1915, and celebrated our centenary in 2015.

The Mothers' Union is now a worldwide organisation with over 4 million members.

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Diary Dates 2024

18 January, 2:00, Annual General Meeting (AGM), The Rev Ian Wallace, St Nicholas Church (St. Nix)

 

15 February, 12:00, Lunch at The Lawns

 

21 March, 2:00, Norma’s Talk, St Nix

 

18 April, 2:00, Clewer, Aurea Hart, St Nix

 

16 May, 2:00, Night Shelter, St Mary’s

 

18 June, 2:15, Festival Service, Christ Church, Downend

20 June, ?

 

18 July, Tea Party, Julia Holbrook

 

Date to be confirmed, Away From It All (AFIA)

 

9 August, 11:30, Mary Sumner Day Picnic, St Saviour’s, Coalpit Heath

 

Giving out Bags of Love to St Mary’s Reception Parents

 

19 September, 2:00, Regenerate, Rachel Rogers, St Mary’s

 

Date to be confirmed, Autumn Gathering 

 

17 October, 2:00, Let’s plant bulbs, Mary Farrell, St Nix

 

21 November, 2:00, Domestic Abuse, St Nix

 

12 December, 2:00, Advent Service, St Nix

19 December, ?

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Contact us.

Get in touch with MOTHERS' UNION to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.

Mothers' Union
St. Mary's Church
Church Road
Yate
BRISTOL
BS37 7BG

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