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Mothers' Union

The Mothers’ Union in Bingham meets on the 2nd Monday of the month at Old Church House.

Old Church House

From the Mothers’ Union website

Mothers’ Union is a Christian organisation that has been supporting families worldwide for over 140 years. Started by our founder Mary Sumner in 1876 in her local parish in Winchester, we have flourished into an international charity with over 4 million members in 84 countries.

As a Christian membership charity, we aim to demonstrate our faith in action through the transformation of communities worldwide. Our members work at grassroots level around the world bringing hope and practical support to millions of people every year through our parenting, literacy and community development programmes and as part of the volunteer base of local churches.

At a central level we have, through the years, campaigned at local, national and international levels to bring about real change for family life, women’s and girls’ rights and the protection of children.

At the heart of what we do is prayer and our members come together every day at midday to focus prayers for their communities, fellow members and for those in need. We believe that the power of prayer is transformational and supports our work around the world.

Despite our name we are an inclusive organisation and we are very proud to have a growing number of men who have joined us. As we continue to work in an ever-challenging world, why not join us in our journey and be a part of something life-changing?

MU 2020 Theme

Please see this page to find out more about the 2020 theme.

Bingham Mothers’ Union Programme 2020

Meetings in Old Church House start at 2pm

13th January 2020
10th February 2020
9th March 2020
13th April 2020
11th May 2020
8th June 2020
13th July 2020
10th August 2020
14th September 2020
12th October 2020
9th November 2020
14th December 2020

Service in Old Church House
Revd. Martin Smithson
Stations of the Cross
No Meeting
Hospital Chaplaincy
Framework
Garden Centre visit
Garden Party
St John’s Gospel
The history of stained-glass windows
Christmas wreath making
Christmas lunch