Mothers Of Preschoolers
Welcome to MOPS!
MOPS is an international organization designed to come alongside Mothers of Preschoolers to encourage, equip, and develop them to be the best moms possible! Our MOPS meetings include an opportunity to fellowship with moms who can share the joys and challenges of motherhood. Meeting around tables, we enjoy a respite from the busyness of our day to day demands through inspiring speakers, conversation, coffee, and brunch or dessert! We are dedicated to providing community to each other through these years of parenting preschoolers, fulfilling the MOPS mission of “No Mom Alone”.
We offer two options for MOPS, including a morning session and an evening session.
MOPS is open to moms of any religious affiliation or none at all. Our meetings cover topics relevant to parenting. We also look to provide inspiration and encouragement with topics such as family traditions, holiday ideas, and self/family enrichment.
Our Daytime MOPS group meets on select Fridays from 9:30-11:45am. Exact dates are listed below:
September 15, 29
October 6, 20
November 3, 17
December 1, 15
January 5, 19
February 2, 16
March 9, 23
May 4, 18
In addition to our Friday morning meetings, we offer a monthly clothing/toy swap and host a variety of social events (some with and some without kids) – for example, Moms’ Night Out, Annual Mentor Mom Dessert Night, community service events, small group playdates, summer park dates, etc.
While we are meeting, our children are lovingly cared for and engaged in their own program called MOPS Kids. They are assigned to an age-appropriate class where they will enjoy play, art, song and, most importantly, hear stories about Jesus Christ and experience His love for them through experienced and caring teachers.
We would love for you to join our community as we share in this adventure of mothering our preschoolers together!
If you have questions about Daytime MOPS or any questions regarding registration for Daytime MOPS, please email Kim Murphy.
Evening MOPS and MOMS Next:Our evening MOPS and MOMS Next joint group is designed to accommodate the schedules of working moms and those with other daytime commitments. Like Daytime MOPS, we have Mentor Moms at each table who are a few steps ahead in the motherhood journey. All of our Mentor Moms have worked outside of the home and their collective experiences include parenting children with special needs, parenting multiples, parenting foster children, and adoption. In addition to our Tuesday evening meetings, we plan to host several social events each year.
Register here for Evening MOPS/MOMS Next.