If you’re a mother of preschoolers, you’ve got your hands full. We know how you feel. And we’re here to help. It was hard enough bringing your baby into the world. But now it’s turned your world upside down! When did showers become a luxury? We know you are experiencing a challenging phase of life when doubt, fear, frustration and exhaustion collide with love, hope, joy and elation.
This is a turbulent time for both you and your child. So while you’re pouring yourself into the development of your child, let us pour encouragement, insight, and confidence into you!
What is MOPS?
MOPS International is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering and inspiring women to be the best parents possible. MOPS groups are a special place you can meet like minded women also passing through this unique stage of life. You’ll have a chance to not only make new friends, but discover a wealth of helpful hints and smarter strategies to dealing with the challenges of motherhood.
Meetings are held at WRBC and led by other mothers who share a passion for helping you find your strength to do your best at raising your little ones into healthy happy people. MOPS groups are a dynamic, inviting environment where you can come just as you are and be refreshed and inspired while your children are lovingly cared for in the MOPPETS program.
What Can I Expect at a Meeting?
A typical meeting begins with breakfast, followed by a speaker presenting information on a topic such as parenting, marriage, nutrition, or spiritual growth. Then moms divide into small discussion groups and end with a creative activity or craft.
Who is invited to MOPS?
Any mother of a child/children from birth through the completion of kindergarten are welcome.
When does the group meet?
We meet regularly on the 3rd Friday of each month, September through May. Meetings are from 9-11:45 a.m.
How can I learn more?
If you would like to learn more about this great ministry just for moms, please contact Mary Adams at (502) 425-2350.
You can also visit MOPS International on the web at www.mops.org.