About Mothers' Union
Mothers' Union is an international Christian membership charity that aims to demonstrate the Christian faith in action through the transformation of communities worldwide.
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Our branch has 24 Members and we meet throughout the year; usually at St Peter's. (Please see what's on for further details.)
We have a Service on the 1st Tuesday of the Month (apart from January & August). On the 3rd Tuesday (apart from August) we have a varied programme including welcoming a wide range of speakers both from within our Parish and beyond. We take part in the MU “Wave of Prayer”; The Women’s World Day of Prayer; have an Annual Dinner; a Fish and Chips lunch and numerous Special Events. We attend Diocesan, Archidiaconal and Deanery Events.
Many of our members and their friends are keen knitters. We knit balaclavas & scarves for the Mission to Seafarers and collect warm clothing for them. We knit teddies for sick and distressed children in our local hospitals and, also, bonnets, blankets and clothes for babies. We make “Cross in my Pocket”s for Clergy and Hospital Chaplains to distribute to the sick or those in distress. We contribute towards AFIA (a MU fund which provides holidays for local families in need), The MU Overseas Fund, The UK and Ireland Development Fund etc.
We liaise regularly with other Branches in our Deanery and join together for Quiet Afternoons/Evenings, special Services and fund raising activities.
MU members are involved in practically all aspects of Church life. We work in partnership with Plant Dewi and help them with financial assistance for day trips for families. We also work with them on the Baby Bundles project. As tradition would have it, we also make a brilliant cup of tea!!
Membership of the MU is open to ALL regardless of gender, age or marital status.
For more information about St Peter's MU please contact:- Mrs Wendy Evans (Branch Leader/Secretary) 01267 238033, any Branch Member or just come along to any of our meetings. ALL are welcome.