eBook For the Family's Sake: A History of the Mothers' Union, 1876-1976 download
by Olive Parker
Author: Olive Parker
Publisher: Bailey Bros.& Swinfen Ltd; First Edition edition (November 13, 1975)
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Olive Parker (1975). the family's sake: a history of the Mothers' Union, 1876-1976. Oxfordshire County Council, Oxfordshire Family Information Service. Retrieved 16 April 2014. a b c Whithers, Margaret (2002)
Olive Parker (1975). p. 107. ^ Werner Simonson (1969). a b c Whithers, Margaret (2002). Not Just Sunday: Setting Up and Running Mid-week Clubs for Children.
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This book tells the story of how a parish women's meeting started in 1876 .
This book tells the story of how a parish women's meeting started in 1876 by a Victorian vicar's wife is now the most authentic and powerful organization of women in the new global Christianity. Its cross-disciplinary approach examines how religious faith. In contrast to much of feminist history, A History of the Mothers' Union 1876-2008: Women, Anglicanism and Globalisation shows how the beliefs of ordinary women led them to become advocates and activists long before women had the vote or could be ordained priests. Case studies of Australia, Ghana and South Africa trace how the Mothers' Union arrived with white British women but evolved into indigenous organizations.
Mothers’ Union is an international Christian charity that seeks to support families worldwide. Its members are not all mothers or even all women, as there are many parents, men, widows, singles and grandparents involved in its work. Its main aim is to support monogamous marriage and family life, especially through times of adversity. The organisation was founded by Mary Sumner in 1876 in the Church of England parish of Old Alresford, near Winchester, where her husband was rector
This book on the Mothers’ Union falls largely into the second category. The Mothers’ Union, now well into its second century, enjoys an unprecedented longevity and popularity for an international, voluntary, mass membership organisation.
This book on the Mothers’ Union falls largely into the second category. The audience for which it is written is primarily that of historians of women, the Church and the British Empire. CHAPTER 1 Launching the Mothers’ Union.