Here at MOPS, we are on a mission to celebrate motherhood. We build circles of women who love each other like family, because raising humans is beautiful and hard, and having each other to lean on is life-giving. That’s why we connect moms all over the world to a community of women, in their own cities, who meet together to laugh, cry and embrace the journey of being a mom.
This is motherhood, and together we can change the world in all the best ways.
MOPS stands for “Mothers of Preschoolers” which means mothers of children from birth through school age. As mothers endure the school years, new challenges and issues arise, but the need for community and hope remains. For this reason, we also offer MOMSnext, an open, accepting place for all mothers of school-aged kids to experience authentic community, personal growth, practical help, and spiritual growth.
Our MOPS/MomsNext meetings are twice a month on Tuesday mornings, from 9:00 to 11:00 AM at the CRB student center. Childcare (for ages 6 months through 5 years old) will be provided with registration. MOPS/MomsNext meeting activities include (but are not limited) guest speakers, creative activities and ice breakers, small group discussions, Moms Nights Out, play dates and fellowship.
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Some more info:
– Before the semester starts, your small group leader will be emailing to introduce herself to you and to welcome you to MOPS/MomsNext. She will also inform you of how to locate the group meeting room, the childcare room and your small group table.
– For each child registered for MOPPETS, please supply one bulk supply of a healthy non-perishable snack such as crackers, fruit snacks, etc. for our MOPPETS room.
– Each small group table will be responsible for contributing for the breakfast spread every few meetings throughout the year.
For more information, please contact the MOPS/MomsNext coordinator at email@example.com.
Mom to Mom is a Bible based parenting program designed around the Titus 2:4 concept of older women teaching and encouraging younger woman in their relationships with their husbands and children. It includes quality instruction in parenting, small group discussion, and the interaction of more experienced mothers with younger moms.