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Welcome to the Mothers' Union, Bristol Diocese. We are part of the worldwide Christian charity of women and men who support families locally and worldwide, through prayer and action. 

For our latest news please visit our Facebook page. and for upcoming events, see our Diary.

The Canterbury Provincial Gathering will be held in Oxford on 27th June 2024. Website here.

Full  printable brochure here.

Tickets £20 per person here.

Reports from the AGM & Members Day

are available to read in our Members Area

Bristol Diocese now has a new flag,

available for use at MU events.

Pic's of the blessing and dedication below and in our Gallery

The Bristol Diocese Social Media Policy

is now available in our Members Area


Bristol President Jacky Fredrickson at the 2023 Annual Gathering and launch of the RISE UP campaign.

On 22nd September 2023 the MU launched the new campaign: RISE UP Against Domestic Abuse to ensure our activism against domestic abuse happens 365 days a year and not just during the 16 Days of Activism.


MU are hoping members and churches will unite and take part in a challenge completing various activities to achieve bronze, silver an gold awards. Information and resources for the challenge can be found by clicking this link.

Pictures from Bristol action in 2022 are on our Gallery page, and a personal reflection here.


Diocesan News.

The new Diocesan flag blessed by Rev. Ian Wallace on 10th March 2024 and dedicated Wendy's Flag, after the late IMPC member Wendy Bradshaw donated by Jim Bradshaw.

Additional pics in the Gallery.

Our Vision
Bristol Diocese MU is participating by:

  • Transforming ourselves, personally and spiritually, to live
    out our faith.

  • Transforming the churches and communities we work with
    and of which we are a part, to reflect Christ's kingdom.

  • Transforming Mothers' Union to be relevant for 21st century life.

A range of resources are available from the

National MU website.


Exciting times ahead for Mothers’ Union this year as we look to simplify structures and concentrate on growing our membership so that we can continue to put our faith in action and support young families, the homeless, refugees and those on the edges of society.  ... Continue Reading in full.

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