The Mothers’ Union was started by Mary Sumner in 1876, it was started in her own home to support and develop their faith in each other. Mary was a bishop’s wife, a mother and grandmother. The Mothers’ Union is now in 83 countries and has over 4 million members and has a voice at the UN, there is over 93,000 members in the UK. The Mothers’ Union is committed to promoting and support of family life, encouraging parents in the faith of their children. Being a worldwide fellowship of Christians united in prayer, worship and service. Campaigning for conditions in society to stable family life and the protection of children and helping those families whose lives are met with adversity. We at St Peter’s raised funds for AFIA ( away from it all) making emergency bags for the women’s refuge and knitted hats for new born babies at the James Paget Hospital.The branch at St Peter’s was started in 1947 but closed after the pandemic.