Updated 21 November 2019

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Welcome to our Bristol Diocese Mothers' Union website


National MU website: http://themothersunion.org/   Provincial MU website:  http://mucanterburyprovince.onesuffolk.net/


Diocesan President Aurea Hart’s new email address:

bristoldioceseMU@gmail.com

Do you know who we are, what we do, where we are found and our history?

We are a worldwide Christian charity of women and men.

We support families in need locally and worldwide through prayer and action.

We are usually attached to a church although we need not be C of E.

Some people think we exclude single people and divorced people. Not true.

We welcome men, women, parents, non-parents, grandparents, those who are married and those who are not – everyone! We began in 1876.  More

If you visit a church you may spot an MU banner showing that a

branch is attached and usually carrying the church's name.

On this website you can find out when and where we meet.




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    16 days of Activism against Gender based Violence

           

This is an international campaign. It takes place each year from 25 November (International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women) until 10 December (International Human Rights Day). Throughout the campaign, we join with others globally to raise awareness of, and call for an end to, gender-based violence in all forms and in all societies.


There will be a Vigil outside Bristol Cathedral on Monday 9th December at 11.00am for about three quarters of an hour followed by soup etc in the Refectory & then we will join in the Eucharist at 12.30pm.


For those who cannot attend this, there is a service produced by Mary Sumner House which can be used in a Branch or Deanery Meeting at any time during the 16 days.


There will also be a Vigil on The Podium at Highworth, Swindon on Saturday 30th November from 11.00am.