All Saints' Parish Church                         
Eglantine Road, Lisburn.       
                         

The Mothers' Union at Eglantine

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2018 Programme

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All at 7.30pm, in Mitchell Room, Parish Hall, unless otherwise stated.

ALL WELCOME

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News Roundup

1 December 2017

Members enjoying Chrismas Dinner at Mill Farm Hillsborough

 

   

 

 21 September 2017

Annual  Opening Service

During Thursdays opening service two nwe members we welcomed two new members Florence and Ina

Rev Jason celebrated Holy Communion and the service was followed with Tea and a short meeting in the Parish Hall.

 

 

2 April 2016

Eglantine Mothers' Union was represented at the Annual Diocesan Service in St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast, This year marks the 130th Anniversary of the Mothers’ Union in Ireland. The guest Speaker was Lady Eames.

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Mothers' Union 70 years at Eglantine

 

Front Row L-R Brenda Orr (Branch Leader) Margaret Adams (Founder Member) Valerie Ash (Diocesan MU President)

Back Row L-R Norma Bell (Former Diocesan President) Alison Lecky (Lisburn Area Chair) Margaret Ashbridge (Long Service) Loretta Fleming (Long Service) Elizabeth McIlroy (Long Service)

 

 

News from the past!

 

 

A clipping from the Ulster Star, taken in 1972, at the party to celebrate the 27th Birthday of Eglantine Mothers Union


 

Faith in Action

You are warmly invited to come along and join with us in fun and fellowship at our meetings. We meet on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 8 p.m. in the Mitchell Room. We provide a varied program with interesting topics and speakers during the year


For further information contact:

Brenda Orr (028) 9268 9164 or Elizabeth McIllroy (028) 9268 2648


The Mothers Union members in Eglantine Parish support the various diocesan projects. They have recently provided toilet bags for emergency admissions to hospital.

Members joined with others in the area to hold a Coffee Evening in aid of the Belfast Child Contact Centre

"Busy Bags" for young children are provided for use in the church