Why Mothers' Union
Mothers' Union in the Diocese of Coventry is part of the Province of Canterbury
Our members are a mix of ages both women and men, single, married, parents, grandparents, and young adults just beginning to express their social concerns.
For all 929 members in the Diocese of Coventry what Mothers' Union provides is a fellowship network through which they can serve Christ in their own community - prayer, giving their time generously to help others, specific project work, fundraising and supporting international campaigns, which bring about positive changes in their communities and across the world.
Whether you're looking for support, fellowship, or simply a place to meet like-minded individuals, come and join one of our events, find a branch or group plus read what some of our newest members say to inspire you to join this dynamic organisation and help us to continue to flourish.
You can become a member of a branch or join as a diocesan member. Branch Membership is mainly linked to a church. Diocesan Membership is mainly for groups and individuals unable to commit to regular meetings, and want to be involved in Mothers' Union. All members pay an annual subscription, and receive the Diocesan Link Up Magazine, and Families Worldwide with news about Mothers' Union around the world and a day by day prayer diary.
Don't just take our word for it, read what our members say around the Diocese of Coventry to inspire you to join this dynamic organisation.
"I have been a member of Mothers' Union for 11 years. I have been married for 15 years, have 2 children and live within the Diocese of Coventry. I used to work in the financial services industry before becoming a full-time mother. Karen, Coventry
Firstly I must say that I love the Mother's Union with a passion. I was first introduced to Mothers' Union as a young mum with 2 small children and attended many meetings before being deemed 'ready' to be enrolled in 1966. (It was a very different organisation 40+ years ago!) Evelyn in Warwick
As members of Mothers' Union go I am still very new. It's great to belong to an active, worldwide, Christian women's network with such an amazing vision, aim and purpose, mission, values and beliefs. Mothers' Union really does make a difference and I like that. This is not just a talking place or cosy time for tea, cake and a chat although both are important parts of Mothers' Union.
Alex Clark, Rugby Deanery.
To request more information:
Mothers' Union Office
1 Hill Top
Tel: 02476 521350
Office Hours: Tue 9.30am - 2.30pm, Wed 9.30am - 12.30pm.
Please leave a message at others times.
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