Media Centre

Providing in-depth information on Mothers' Union for journalists and magazine editors

Mothers' Union's Communications Team handles all media enquiries. To contact us use the details below.

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Media enquiries

Phone +44 (0)20 7222 5533 or email marketing@mothersunion.org  

Out of hours contact +44 (0)7824 374 275 

Please note that the press phone will be switched off during religious services - please leave a message, or preferably send a text asking for a call back. 

Non media enquiries

Please call our main office number +44 (0)20 7222 5533

Latest News

Mothers’ Union Celebrates 140 years of faith in action

The international Christian charity, Mothers’ Union (MU), whose volunteer member transform the lives of over half a million lives worldwide every year, is to celebrate its 140th anniversary in the city of its founding, Winchester. A service of celebration and thanksgiving at Winchester Cathedral [22nd September] will be presided over by Mothers’ Union patron, Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, and attended by the Lord-Lieutenant of Hampshire, Mr Nigel Atkinson.

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Mothers' Union urges parents to talk about perils of sexting

Mothers’ Union yesterday (16th August 2016) spoke on Premier Christian Radio News Hour about the new figures released by the NSPCC showing how most parents believe the idea of sending indecent images via text to be harmful, but nearly six in 10 have not spoken to their children about the issue.

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Celebrating Mary Sumner Day

Today, 9th August, is Mary Sumner Day; a very special day to our members, friends and supporters as it celebrates the life and work of our founder. This year, we also mark 140 years since Mary Sumner humbly began a movement with a mission to promote conditions for stable family life and the protection of children. 

Now working in 83 countries around the world, Mothers’ Union continues its vital work in many different forms. The vision now positively benefits the lives of over 500,000 people each year worldwide. 

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