mothersunion

Mothers' Union is an international Christian charity that seeks to support families worldwide.  The St James branch normally meet on the third Thursday of the month at 7.15pm in the St James Church Hall, and run a coffee morning in the church hall from 9.45-11.45am on Fridays.'   


Thursday 21st February - 7.00pm for 7.15pm start - St James Church Hall

Derek Rowley - the life of a primary school teacher in the 1950s

Back by popular demand we have Derek Rowley speaking to us, bringing us insights into the life of a primary school teacher in the village in the 50’s and 60’s.  I am sure there will be a few anecdotes to make us laugh and even some to make us cry, and you may be able to put a name to the children in the stories told. You may have even gone to school with them!  Eat your heart out Gervaise Finn!  Don’t let this be one of those meetings when you say “Oh I wish I had known about that, I would have gone!”  Anyone is welcome to attend our meetings, you do not have to be a member. Bring a friend or a neighbour, or just come on your own.   You will be most welcome, it is always nice to see new faces. If you need transport get in touch with me and we will sort out a lift for you. tea and biscuits afterwards!  Click here to see the flyer in pdf format.
 

World Day of Prayer - Friday 1st March 2019, 7.00pm - St James Church, Audley 

“Come the feast is ready”

The World day of prayer service this year has been written by the women of Slovenia.  It is one of the smallest countries in Europe with a population of just under two million. It is a new country but the region has a long history.  Join us to find out more about the people of Slovenia, and to join with people all around the world who will be using the same service as us. Listen to some of the Slovenian music and taste some of their traditional foods. All are welcome, men women and children (who will have their own activity sheet to take away).  Tea and coffee will be served afterwards in church.  
Click here to see the flyer in pdf format.

 


Click here to see the 2019 programme of events...