Unit Coordinators

All Mothers' Union work falls within the following four units within the Diocese which are led by the following Trustees:-

  Action & Outreach - coordinator - Jean Swift

This is the largest Unit in the Diocese and Jean has the job of  coordinating the leaders of  the various projects within the Unit which  include  our Worldwide Links, Women’s Aid, Prison project, Teenage Mums' Project,  Knitting Ministry, Baby Project, Parenting and Marriage Support and 'Open The Book' all ably led by hard working and dedicated members.

 

 

Prison Projects are looked after by Denise Bayliffe see Special initiatives page

Also under the umbrella of Action and Outreach MU members attend Wedding Fairs and provide valuable resources for both Civic and Church weddings

 

Away From It All (AFIA) scheme is ably and sensitively managed by Janice Hickman

We offer opportunities for singles and or families to have a holiday/ day out or support child(ren) on school organised holidays/visits

see also Special initiatives page

 

 

 

 

Faith & Policy - Susan Price


The Coordinator is responsible for our spiritual guidance within the  Diocese; ably overseeing all services for Diocesan events and  Council meetings and  arranging and giving input to quiet days and  days of reflection. The  Coordinator could not do thier work without the guidance and support of the Diocesan Chaplains The Rev'd Canon Harold Goddard and The Rev'd Nick Kalenuik and the leaders of the Indoor Members Prayer Circle.

The other half of Susan's job is Social Policy which is a huge task in itself and for which help is needed so that “grass roots” members of the Mothers’ Union can continue to have a voice on some very sensitive and groundbreaking issues.The campaigning arm of MU and VACANT (trustee) is our contact within the Diocese of Worcester

Susan is also asisted in this unit by

Norma Walters who supports our indoor members IMPC as we refer to them

Alison Russon who is our Prayer Shawl distributor  and

for information about these and others projects Worcester Diocese is involved in click here

For information about Social Policy contact president@worcestermu.org.uk

 

Members Services - Norma Walters

Norma faithfully collects and coordinates the distribution of recycled  cards to the Prisons we support

 

 

 

 

 

Communication & Fund Raising - coordinator - Barbara Davies

Barbara enables free flow of information both internal and external throughout the diocese facilitating the website and facebook page.

The work in this unit relates to external as well as internal communications and we aim to raise the profile of Worcester Mothers' Union through local media wherever possible and also engage with Central Mothers' Union through our website and socia media.
 

The vital work of fundraising in the Diocese is undertaken by all branches and the Unit acts as a funnel for the many wonderful initiatives that come out of Mary Sumner House, the  'Make a Mothers’ Day campaign'  'Say Goodbye to Childhood', the 'Summer of Hope

2017' and 'The Christmas Appeal' being prime examples.

Also in this unit is Trustees 

Chris Lewis who has specific responsibility for those members ( Diocesan Members) in the diocese who are not attached to a branch within a parish

This Unit also includes the Editor of Worcester Waves,our twice yearly news booklet

June Young & Ann Nicholls are our Training Officers 

For information about Worcester Waves = http://www.worcestermu.org.uk
For information about Families First = http://www.worcestermu.org.uk

 

Central Finance  coordinator - Michael Bishop & Accounts Administrator - David Pettit

Michael & David are at the helm of this very necessary Unit which works quietly away making sure the wheels are oiled and we can function in the Diocese. 


Diocesan Secretary, Rosie  

Under the umbrella of this Unit is Margaret Penn the MUe representative trustee who works tirelessly in supplying and selling MUe goods  at every possible opportunity to raise the profile of Mothers’ Union and make a little more money for the Diocese