What to expect
At New Hope Eugene MOPS and MOMSnext, we build circles of women who love each other like family.
We are a community of moms who are not afraid to talk about the things that really matter. Our MOMSnext tribe is a place of encouragement, belonging, and a group of moms who love each other fiercely and will remind you who you are when you are too worn down to remember.
This year, we will tend to the fires in our hearts.
We will stop inhaling the fumes of our mistakes that tell us we are not enough, not a good enough mom,
not pretty enough, not brave enough, not smart enough, not wealthy enough. Instead, we will choose to tend our God-given fire. We will love our children with an all-consuming love and use our words to warm the world. We will hold the torch up high and shed light on what matters most.
Our MOMSnext group has two identical meeting times beginning September 2018:
Night group- 1st and 3rd Mondays 6:30-8:30pm
Day group- 1st and 3rd Tuesdays 9:30-11:30am
So no matter if you are a working mom, a stay-at-home-mom, a mom not sure of who you are anymore, a mom who juggles endless activities and demands... if you're tired of feeling alone, if you've wondered if there is more joy in motherhood, if you're not sure if you're doing it right, or if you're pretty sure you're doing everything wrong, you belong here.
So what are you waiting for?
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 with school-aged kiddos are welcome at MOMSnext. Our doors are open!
For the kids
We offer childcare through our MOPS Kids program at both our evening and day group, including care for younger children if you have both older and younger kids (subject to classroom availability).
If you are a homeschooling mom, we have a specific room dedicated to homeschool students (day group only) where they do independent schoolwork, play cooperative games with friends, and learn to serve by occasionally helping in the younger classrooms.