‘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

  • October 14th - 20th 2018

    Wealth and poverty

    We often make ourselves feel more comfortable, here in Australia, by concentrating on the relativity of our wealth and their poverty. It is certainly a challenge to face our own poverty. Are we poor in spirit? Do we have a generous heart, not just with our money, but with our time and most importantly with our sympathy? Are our offerings heart-driven in the way of God’s generosity to us?

    In any and all circumstances I have learned the secret of being well-fed and of going hungry, of having plenty and being in need. I can do all things through him who strengthens me. Philippians 4: 12-13

     

    Mothers’ Union in Iraq is poor in numbers, the remnant have sought the riches of celebratory worship at Christmas and New Year. They face the poverty of those with disabilities and those living in poverty by offering their service of love with visiting.

    We thank God for the work of members in South Korea who minister to those in prison, who experience the wealth of their loving concern in the poverty of their isolation and confinement.