The next Mothers’ Union event is on 7th May 2019….
LADIES FASHION SHOW
An exciting evening of fashion and fun.
A repeat of our previous event in autumn 2017which was a great success
No ordering, everything available on the night. Cash and Credit Cards accepted.
Arranged jointly by MU and St. Peter’s Social Committee in aid of South Sudan and St. Peter’s Church.
For all details and availability of tickets please click link below
In over 80 countries of the world, more than 4 million Mother’s Union members do all they can – through volunteering, giving and prayer – to support families, to promote marriage and family life, and to reach out within their communities to people who are isolated, in trouble or in need of help.
Our branch at St.Peter’s Church has nearly 70 members covering a wide age range. Many of our members are involved in different projects in the community.
Some of the things we support and do:
Travelling Nativity Sets
Creative Crafts for Christmas
Fundraising for Wau (South Sudan)
Annual “Make a Mother’s Day” project
Come and Join us!
Our members are not all mothers, or even all women. Single or married, the young or not so young, parents and grandparents are all welcome to join us. To find out more about our branch please get in touch with the Parish Office: 01202 749085 or email us via our Contact Page
Monthly Mothers’ Union Communion services are usually held at 10am in St.Peter’s Church on the first Tuesday of each month.
Our afternoon events are usually held in St.Peter’s Centre, Chapel Road, BH14 0DX, at 2.30pm on the second Tuesday of the month.
Union events and activities.
View the calendar below for a complete list of our upcoming programme…
Travels by Derek and Sue, the second chapter of their round the world cruise
An exciting evening of fashion and fun hosted by Travelling Trends in St Peter’s Church at 7pm. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
My Journey to St Peter’s by the Revd Sally Bedborough, a reflection on the development of her ministry
Tea and cake at The Kitchen restaurant in Poole Park
MULOA (Mothers’ Union Listen, Observe, Act – a world wide initiative) by Diocesan President Rosie Stiven in St Peter’s Church followed by tea and cake.