Christ Church



Mothers' Union

Part of a worldwide membership
seeking to transform communities through God's love

Mothers' Union is a network of four million people in 83 countries worldwide, serving Christ in their own community and working at grass-roots level in hundreds of projects that meet local needs.  Family life for so many is difficult.  We know we cannot solve all the problems!  However, we do know that we can all begin to do so.

Mothers' Union was formed in 1876 by Mary Sumner, and the branch here at Christ Church began in 1909. The branch is part of Mothers' Union Manchester, a registered charity.  To find out more about our work visit Mothers' Union in Manchester 


Do contact us to find out more about Mothers' Union, or come to one of our meetings (no pressure). Unless otherwise stated, meetings are held in the Hall at 7.30 p.m. during the summer months and 2pm when the evenings are darker. 

So much is happening in Mothers' Union - at all levels. Keep in touch on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram - search for Mothers' Union and for MU Manchester

  Join facebook groups for the worldwide society, the Province of York or the Diocese of Manchester  


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