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MU's CEO, Bev Jullien, installed as Honorary Lay Canon
Bev Jullien is installed as a Honorary Lay Canon
On Saturday 25th November Bev Jullien, Mothers' Union's CEO, was installed as an Honorary Lay Canon by Bishop Alan at St Albans Cathedral, in recognition of all her work and ministry for Mothers’ Union and in her local parish.
Bishop Alan paid tribute to the new Canons’ leadership and service in a wide variety of ways in the Church and the wider community.
As well as her family, Bev was joined by representatives of the Diocese of St Albans and the Abbey Branch of Mothers’ Union.
Bev noted that it was wonderful seeing some of the members wearing their purple and white ribbons for MU’s Global Day, raising awareness for our No More 1 in 3 campaign.
Bishop Alan said how very important MU’s work in the field of gender-based violence is. Dean Jo Kelly-Moore, previously Dean of Auckland, commented on how impressed she was with the work of MU that she had witnessed in New Zealand.
Canon Bev Jullien, said of the honour: “It is an enormous privilege to receive this honour in my home diocese, and it is a tribute to the work of Mothers’ Union members locally, and around the world.”
Huge congratulations to Bev from everyone at Mothers’ Union for her very well deserved achievement!