Mothers' Union

The Mothers' Union is the oldest women's organization in the history of the Anglican Church and was charged with the responsibility of upholding the sanctity of marriage. It was first formed in the Church of the Epiphany in 1920 during Reverend Paris' term as rector. The Mothers' Union held weekly meetings in the Parish Hall and a social every month. They would work on quilts and other such handiwork and would hold teas on Mother's Day and on the first Thursday in December. In 1972, the Mothers' Union was ended due to declining membership.

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