While in the past and for many today, Branch meetings form an important part of members'
lives, we recognise that many are unable to come to meetings so we also offer Diocesan
membership. This type of membership enables people to support the special ethics
of the Mothers’ Union without being associated with a particular branch. Diocesan
members are encouraged to meet with others at a special service on Lady Day (Feast
of the Annunciation - 25th March) and to hear speakers on relevant subjects.
We also have indoor members who are physically unable to attend meetings, but may
be either branch or diocesan members.
Membership is available to all baptised Christians who support the Aims and Objectives
of the Mothers’ Union.
On joining you will be offered opportunities to
- meet and share
- be involved in projects
- be able to campaign
- be able to explore and deepen your faith
How to Join
You can join on-line and pay your subscription by direct debit at the Scotland Direct Debit page (click here). Remember to select 'a new Member' in the first box and a branch or group near where you live in the box near the bottom of the form. You may find it helpful to look at the Dioceses page and follow the links to find your nearest branch. If there isn't a branch near you, please select the appropriate diocesan members group for the diocese in which you live.
Alternatively, you can go along to one of our branch meetings (follow the link above to find your diocesan contacts and branches) or you can contact the Scottish Provincial Trustees, who will be pleased to help you.
You can contact them by clicking here...