This is a worldwide society that is open to anyone who has been baptized and declares support for its aims and objective. The Pannal branch meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 7.30pm for a short service followed by a speaker and a chat over a cup of tea. the programme for 2018 is shown below.
|Pannal MU||Programme for 2018|
|January 3rd||Knit and natter (poppies)|
|March 7th||Lent - Communion and talk from John, our Vicar|
|April 4th||M. Dodds - 'What did the cabbage say to the other cabbage?'|
|May 2nd||Ruth Deeth - ' Nurse among the Nomads - part 2'|
|June 6th||Jocelyn Brooks - 'India - the highs and lows'|
|July 4th||MEAL OUT AT 'LUCIA'S'|
|September 5th||Sheila Scott - 'Mary Sumner'|
|October 3rd||Revd Trevor Vaughan - 'Omilettes (sic)'|
|November 7th||Christine Littlewood - tba|
To learn more contact Margaret Perkins: 01423 872220; email@example.com
Our branch banner – displayed on the North wall of the nave – is worthy of note. The banner, designed and made by Merle Bown, was commissioned in 1984 just after St Robert’s branch was formed; the subtle and imaginative design, which features St Robert’s Cross in red and blue, symbolises the elements and vessels of the Eucharist, with the figures of Virgin Mother and Child forming patens and chalices.