‘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

  • 12th - 18th August 2018

    YOUTHLESSNESS

     

    Each age in life’s span has its blessings, fears, disappointments and joys. Our Youth is/was neither better nor worse than any other. There are qualities of youthfulness, that if we were to embrace them, will give a sparkle to our spirit and freedom to our faith. Consider risk-taking with a touch of wisdom: not insisting on ending the argument in your favour for example. Or joy/exultation: giving thanks for rain and cold. Remember God delights in us! Let us be youthfully delightful and delighting.

     

    Bless the Lord, O my soul, and do not forget all his benefits – who satisfies you with god as long as you live so that your youth is renewed like the eagle’s. Psalm 103: 2, 5

    Bless the Lord for members in Scotland who have representation in parliamentary groups advocating for those abused in prisons and schools. Their witness of caring and action and an awareness raising programme have borne fruit with a new branch opening. Their outlook is youthful because it risks following Jesus’ imperative to seek out the lost and suffering.