Members enjoyed two Quiet Days, led by Bishop Gregor at St Ninian’s, Castle Douglas
and at St Serf’s, Shettleston. The focus for the days was the Mothers’ Union theme
Your Gift: Discover and Celebrate
+Gregor offered members thoughts using these three themes
The wonder of our being
Know and love the origin of our being - God
Discover and celebrate anew at worship - liturgy Greek word meaning service offered
to the community. Worship the heartbeat of our lives - not only for ourselves, but
also for community
The photos are from the Shettleston Quiet Day
Festival Service 2012
Seventy members of Glasgow & Galloway Mothers’ Union gathered together to offer thanks
and celebrate God’s love for them in St Michael and All Angels Church Helensburgh
on Saturday 19th May.
For more about this most uplifting service where new members were admitted and new
banners blessed, please click here..
More Help at Low Moss Prison
Mothers’ Union in Glasgow and Galloway received good publicity for its proposed work
at Low Moss in the local paper serving Bishopbriggs and Kirkiniloch dated 16 February
2012. Read the full article by clicking here.