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Mothering Sunday – The Mothers’ Union



Mothering Sunday – The Mothers’ Union

Who is the Mothers’ Union? Mothers’ Union has over 4 million members world-wide spread across 84 countries. Members work together to solve challenges in their local communities. By helping to restore and strengthen relationships in families and communities, Mothers’ Union gives a sense of belonging and acceptance to the stigmatized and vulnerable. Visit the worldwide […]

Local resource on Mothers’ Union website



Local resource on Mothers’ Union website

Cathedral Mothers’ Union member Susan Watson has created a 5 day devotional which acknowledges the struggles of the past months and the hope of God’s plan for us. This wonderful resource, available on the worldwide Mothers’ Union website, also includes space for you to observe gratitude daily. Visit Mothers’ Union Resources and scroll down to […]

Tea and Talk



Tea and Talk

Mother Nature seemed determined to keep our first Thursday Medley Tea at bay as we began the New Year. Storm followed storm in January, and while setting up for the Valentine’s Tea on February 6th, the weather, once again, was looking iffy. But clearly the regular attendees were not about to allow snow flurries to […]

Kathleen Snow commissioned to MU Board



Kathleen Snow commissioned to MU Board

Mothers’ Union: One of Anglican Communion’s greatest gifts to worldwide Church – Abp Welby The Archbishop of Canterbury, has praised the “unique and extraordinary” work of the Mothers’ Union, as he commissioned the international Anglican mission agency’s new Worldwide President, Sheran Harper, during a service in London’s Southwark Cathedral last night (Tuesday).

2018 Mothers’ Union Biennial Conference



2018 Mothers’ Union Biennial Conference

The Canadian Mothers’ Union Biennial Conference was held at the Villa Madonna Retreat House in Rothesay, NB on November 16-18,2018. Neither snow, nor ice pellets, nor freezing rain could keep all of the registered participants away! Some of us arrived a day early to get ahead of the storm and others arrived a day later […]