Mothers’ Union

Because of the ongoing coronavirus crisis, MU meetings are suspended until further notice.

The Mothers’ Union is a worldwide Christian organisation which has the support of families at its heart. The MU shares the vision of bringing about a world in which God’s love is shown through loving, respectful and flourishing relationships. Mothers’ Union members (and you don’t have to be a mother to join MU!) does this by supporting and promoting family life through prayer and love, worship and service.

The St Nicholas Church branch of the Mothers’ Union was established by the then Rector’s wife, Mrs Duke, in 1926, and continues to keep family life at the heart of the parish’s worship and outreach. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month at 2.15pm, usually in a member’s home. To find out more about joining, please contact Branch leader Sabrina Gwynn via the parish office on 01329 833 299 or email

For reports of MU events and meetings, see the current edition of the parish magazine. The national Mothers’ Union website can be visited here: