Mothers’ Union was started by Mary Sumner in 1876 to support family life. It is now a worldwide fellowship of over 4 million members in 84 countries providing Christian care for families, right where it matters – in the heart of local communities. Seeking to nurture individuals, families and whole communities we;
PRAY, for relationships to be flourishing and loving.
CAMPAIGN for social justice.
ENABLE development of all kinds: economic, relational and personal so that marriage and family life are strengthened.
Whether you’d like to be part of our fellowship, volunteer in our work, or offer prayerful or financial support – we would love to have you as part of our organisation. Guildford Diocese is part of the Mothers' Union Canterbury Province, find out more here. Find out about the Mothers' Union around the world here.
The Archbishop of Canterbury stated: - “There is only one Mothers’ Union! It is the world’s oldest and largest women’s movement. It is one of the Anglican Communion’s greatest gifts to the worldwide church,”