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Group and Branch Resources

Mothers’ Union is a member based organisation with our organisation and activities undertaken by members in their own communities, usually in local groups and branches.

These resources are here to help and inspire you whether you are looking for some new worship ideas, inspiration for activities for your group, or promoting Mothers’ Union to your local church and community

2021 Theme: Rebuilding Hope and Confidence

We recognise that the effects of the pandemic will continue to be felt across the world throughout 2021. As people seek to come to terms with loss of all kinds, from bereavement to loss of livelihood, relationships, wellbeing and other challenges, our work of rebuilding hope and confidence will be vital. Therefore, it seems appropriate to develop our 2020 theme for this year to become Rebuilding Hope and Confidence.

Starting to meet together again

Information and ideas as Mothers' Union groups start to meet again in Autumn 2021

Safeguarding and You

Mothers' Union is committed to protecting children and adults who are at risk and make sure they are safe when involved in our activities. But safeguarding is also about looking out for ourselves and for other members in Mothers' Union. This section includes information and activities to make us aware of what we can all do to create a safer environment for everyone.

Services for a local branch or group

Worshipping together with local members is a vital part of Mothers' Union activities, which strengthens faith and binds members together in fellowship

Praying with Purpose

A variety of resources to encourage groups and individuals to support in prayer the practical aspects of Mothers’ Union’s mission.

2022 Theme: Transformation - Now!

As we start a new triennium, and look to the future with fresh vision, this is our theme for 2022. Through a global pandemic, Mothers' Union members have shown amazing resilience, responsiveness and adaptability and this theme gives us the impetus to transform ourselves, our churches and communities and Mothers' Union to be relevant for today.