‘Christian care for families worldwide’

From helping people to read in Ethiopia to knitting tiny garments for prem babies: from running parenting programs to providing home-maker parcels to refugees; from supporting parish Family Workers to running family-related seminars in the community - these are just a few of the many projects of MU Australia.

We are a mission agency of the Anglican Church of Australia and part of the worldwide Mothers’ Union with links to 83 countries and over four million members who share one heartfelt vision - to bring about a world where God's love is shown through prayer and loving, respectful and flourishing relationships. 

As you explore our website we hope you will be inspired and encouraged to support the vision and mission of MU Australia!

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Our Mission Statement

"Sharing Christ's love by encouraging, strengthening, and supporting marriage and family life."

Thought for the Week from MU

  • November 11th - 17th 2018

    Memories

    Memories are our own personal history. They can be powerful agents in how we grow our faith and our wellbeing. Let us then call to mind the good and best memories and fervently thank God for them. Let snatches of hymns, prayers, or lines from a sermon or a novel strengthen our memories of God’s good grace. As we fill our hearts and minds we build up spiritual strength with which to deal with negative notions: I won’t ever forget I will never be able to forgive. Remember you are a loved child of God.

     

    I will call to mind the deeds of the Lord; I will remember your wonders of old. I will meditate on all your work, and muse on your mighty deeds. Psalm 77: 11-12

     

    Healing memory with loving care and raising awareness is an outcome of the key part of Mothers’ Union in Namibia. By confronting the stigma of TB and HIV-Aids members help sufferers and others to seek treatment. They assist in healing the memory of gender-based violence by campaigning against it and running self-support and home-based care groups. Bless the Lord for those who remember Jesus’ love of the afflicted and do his work.