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You can now buy our logo print fabric in a variety of fabrics including cotton, satin and fleece through a company called “Woven Monkey”.
Mothers’ Union Diocese of Oxford receives commission on all purchases. Click on the link below to go to their website…
Just click on the fabric design you require and choose the type of fabric and quantity from the two drop down boxes.
A message from Jean Vaughan, Action & Outreach Committee…
When you go our for a meal and are offered a hot towel afterwards, do please ask the waiter what happens to the used ones. I did this in our local Indian restaurant recently and found that the woven towels go into landfill as the company making them doesn’t want them returned!
So now the waiters put them in a pot which I collect weekly. I wash the towels and IRON them when they are dry so that Alison (and anyone collecting for another hospital) has a great source of sterile flannels for the toiletry bags prepared for the patients.
Win Win, as they say.
PS: If there are some that are damaged or too dirty then very probably your local charity shop collects rags for sale. Oxfam certainly does.
Please use the link below to access all the resources from this year’s General Meeting in Portsmouth, including Sheran’s and Bev’s address.
Please click below to access all the resources for our 2020 Theme
On Monday 5th August, The Churn Branch held a tea party (using MU anniversary mugs!) to celebrate marriage. Members and friends brought along their marriage memorabilia. Among the items were photographs, a “scrap” album, Anniversary Cards from her Majesty the Queen and a lace tablecloth. Guests of honour were member Gloria and her husband-to-be, Alan. The date of their wedding is Friday 9th August. Gloria and Alan were presented with an MU card and a book, “More than Words”. At the end of the afternoon our glasses were raised as we toasted them with sparkling elder-flower!
Mothers’ Union are delighted to announce the appointment of Rt Revd Dr Emma Ineson, Bishop of Penrith, as their new Central Chaplain.
The Queen has approved the appointment of the Venerable Olivia Graham, the Archdeacon of Berkshire, as the next Bishop of Reading.
There is an interview with her on Bishop Steven’s blog which you can see here
Our Annual Services will take place at 3pm and 6pm on the 17th September at Portsmouth Cathedral.
we accept the path laid before us knowing that you will be with us to the end.
We accept the call of Christ, whose voice we know and trust to guide us through our lives.
Each one of us receives from you the gifts for the tasks you want us to do.
Give us open ears, eyes and hearts as we adapt to meet the needs of this present age so that we can act with insight and integrity to make a difference in our world.
As we walk into the future with faith may our pace be set by our perfect guide;
neither running ahead nor lagging behind but always in step with you, our God.
This prayer is available as printable prayer cards here