Listening first handPrayer and worship are vital to the Mothers' Union. Prayer makes a huge difference to both individuals and communities and is at the heart of what we are about.

Every day a Wave of Prayer goes around the world as members stop and pray at midday for the work of Mothers’ Union and international issues. This began in 1920 and has been happening ever since. The Wave of Prayer follows an annual pattern which means that every Mothers’ Union region is prayed for at least once during the year.

Leeds Diocese is linked with five other dioceses around the world. As we pray for each other and learn more about others' situations, we understand more about each others' concerns and can pray better. 


Six Linked Dioceses

Ogbomoso Nigeria - Diocesan President: Bolatito Olayinka.Mothers Union Africa
Key issues: poverty despite a fertile area and university.
Response: outreach and living out the gospel.

Etche Nigeria - Diocesan President: Precious Onyinye Okey-Nwala.
Key issues: illiteracy.
Response: opportunities for children, being role models, marriage counselling,
parenting skills, support hospitals and schools, establishing a nursery and primary school.

Solomon Islands Mothers UnionHanuato’o Solomon Islands - Diocesan President: Edna Sitai
Key issues: strong winds, heavy rain.
Response: leadership training and book keeping; positive parenting; literacy.

Kibungo Rwanda - Diocesan President: Mrs Joyce Ntazinda
Currently no fresh information.
Key issues: people struggling with past horror of genocide and torture, peace but tensions remain.
Response: Worldwide Parenting Programme, family management training for young women. 

Leeds Diocese UK - Diocesan President: Jean Thurman
Lesotho Mothers UnionKey issues: unity in the new diocese; supporting stable family relationships; promoting a more just society.
Response: prayer; willing volunteers for new roles in new diocese; continuing our life changing initiatives.

Lesotho Southern Africa - Diocesan President: Vitalina Taaso
Key issues: drought, unemployment, HIV pandemic left children heading up families.
Response: prayer, caring, donating clothes sewn by members, sewing projects - selling garments.


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