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We know what they need and we know exactly the type of gathering that makes them walk through the front door of your church.
This isn't some touchy-feely book club. MOPS gives you everything you need to start reaching moms in your community.
MOPS is an outreach strategy specifically aimed at the years when research says a mom is most isolated, most lonely, and most looking for outside help.
Over the years, I have seen time and time again how MOPS is an on-ramp for women into church. Women often start to seek spiritual meaning after having children; they ask more questions and may begin to seek God in a new way. At our church, about 1/3 of the MOPS group moms are from outside our church. That’s totally great! I love that, we have a mix of women in our MOPS group. I know that there are women coming to church for the first time, or returning to church, and I know that moms are coming to Christ. We know that new families come to the church because of MOPS.Kay Morrison, Women' Ministry Pastor, Greenwood Community Church, Englewood, CO
MOPS has been ahead of culture for years. MOPS says, "Here is a place you can come and belong. We're going to make it a safe place and meet you right where you are. Belong here as long as you want, then belief can come whenever you are ready as the spirit moves in your life." While many organizations have to rethink their approach, MOPS is poised to reach the culture today.Pastor Robert Gelinas, Colorado Community Church, CO
I am so grateful to our MOPS ministry that is actively making a difference in our community and church as it impacts this demographic for the Kingdom. Every week I am welcoming new young families to our church, many of which their first contact to us was through the MOPS ministry.Poly Rouse, Pastor, Hermitage Hills Baptist Church, Hermitage, TN
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