The Mothers' Union is a world-wide organisation founded by Mary Sumner in 1876. It is open to all who have been baptised and support the aims and objectives of the Mothers' Union.
The aims and objectives are:
Our monthly meetings include speakers, a quiet afternoon, and a garden party and corporate communion three times a year before the meeting.
New members are always welcome at our afternoon or evening meetings, to join us in Christian fellowship. For more information contact the Parish Office.
|Mothers' Union Committee|
Book of Comfort for patients in hospital
Knitting hats for seafarers
Prisons – making tea for visitors
Birthday cakes for young offenders
Assist the Chaplaincy Team
At St. Mary’s we continue to provide the Travelling Crib to School and Church
Launch of the Bye Buy Childhood campaign
Literacy project and development programme in Malawi, Sudan and Burundi – aimed to help learners gain skills in health, hygiene, HIV/AIDS and poverty alleviation.
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