Members throughout the Province are involved in projects to support family life. Some examples are featured on this page.
Members of Mothers' Union Diocese of Chichester provide a creche at the South of England show.
"Away From It All" Holidays are provided by most dioceses for families under stress and unable to fund their own holiday. Many dioceses have their own caravans funded by members, like this one owned by Mothers' Union Diocese of Worcester.
Members in Croydon prepare packs to give to families going through a difficult time. "New Home packs" are given to families who have had to leave their homes and start afresh because of violence and abuse from their partner. Many have to leave behind most of their possessions and set up home from scratch. The gift of a starter pack not only helps financially, but also conveys the message that someone cares. "Baby packs" are given to mothers in difficult circumstances and with few financial resources.
Teddy Bears' Picnic: a fun day for families organised by Mothers' Union Diocese of Salisbury
Two major projects of Mothers' Union Diocese of Guildford are:
Prison Parenting Handbook.
New mode of transport: raising money for projects
Members of Mothers' Union Diocese of Portsmouth make gowns for stillborn babies and bonnets, bootees, cot quilts and drapes for newborn babies.
This is sensitive work carried out with compassion and caring.
Members hand over work.
Dedication of an altar cloth made for a baby loss Service of Remembering and Sharing.