What to expect
A MOPS meeting includes practical teaching through speakers, demonstrations and videos. Each week we have a brunch for our moms as well. But more important, you'll get to have honest conversations with other moms who understand the joys and frustrations of motherhood.
We are always open to more moms, even in the middle of the year! We would love to have you!
MOPS Schedule 2016-2017
September 15: Becoming…Starry Eyed.
September 29: Becoming… Aware of Daughters & Sons. Joel/Kari Wharton
October 6: Becoming…Friends. Video by Jen Hatmaker
October 20: Becoming…a Favorite. Favorite Things!
November 3: Becoming…A Mom who Communicates Hope. Sarah Tenney
November 17: Becoming…Crafty & Fun.
January 5: Becoming…Relaxed. Yoga by Jenna Durban
January 19: Becoming… Clothing Confident. Megan Ericson & Clothing Swap!
February 2: Becoming…Schooled. Mentor Mom Panel
February 16: Becoming…One. Bob/Linda Buchan
March 2: Becoming…Light Hearted. Let’s Laugh together!
March 16: Becoming…Hopeful. Zoe Hafner
April 6: Becoming…Pampered. Pamper Day.
April 20: Becoming… Preschool/Kindergarten Ready.
May 4: Becoming…Caffeinated and Sentimental. (AKA Tea & Testimony)
Who can come?
We've all been placed in this time and place in history, as the tribe of women who are raising the world. We know we mother better together, so all moms are welcome at MOPS. From the time you get pregnant to when your kiddo is in Kindergarten, our doors are open.
For the kids
We have a great childcare system where all children will have the chance to interact with other kids their own age. Each week our kids will hear a bible lesson, have open play time, craft time, and snacks. Our children's wing is completely nut-free. Please alert the staff if your child has any other allergies or health concerns that they need to be aware of.
Our moms meet on the 2nd floor of the children's wing, so they are only a flight of stairs away from their kids. Each week you and your child will get a name badge with a unique code. Your child can only be picked up with that badge.
Many newborns stay with their moms in the meetings, especially while they are nursing. We want to make sure that moms are the most comfortable.