New worker is a first for Norfolk Mothers' Union
2010: The Mothers’ Union Norwich Diocese
has appointed its first Project Development Worker. Barbara Bryant
(pictured right) will work with the 63 Mothers’ Union branches across the Diocese, to build upon the existing project work carried out by members, and to enable to new projects to develop.
“This is an exciting move for the Mothers’ Union in the Norwich Diocese,” said MU Diocesan President Win Sutton. “We are looking forward to seeing the profile of the MU, and the many excellent volunteer hours given by our members, increased among the church and the general public.
Barbara’s background is in journalism and she has spent most of her career working in the voluntary sector, most recently as Project Co-ordinator of gaps:line for Bryan Gunn’s Appeal.
“I am looking forward to working with over 1200 MU members in their support of family life in local communities through projects, prayer and policy change,” she said. “I believe the MU’s invaluable work in Norwich has for too long been ‘under the radar’ and it’s time that changed!”
The Mothers' Union (MU) is a Christian organisation with more than 3.6 million members worldwide. The backbone of the MU is its worldwide network of volunteers, with their commitment to marriage and family. Volunteers give their time to generously help others, whether by running local projects, supporting international campaigns, or fundraising to sustain family life through projects at home and abroad.
If you would like to contact Barbara, she will be based at Diocesan House. The MU office number is 01603 882003 and her email is Barbara.firstname.lastname@example.org