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Welcome to MOPS at Bell Creek Community Church!
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What is MOPS?
MOPS stands for Mothers of Preschoolers, a program designed to nurture mothers with children from infancy through kindergarten. We hope you find information and inspiration here.
We are a group of moms dedicated to ministering to other Mothers of Preschoolers. MOPS International (see www.mops.org) groups exist throughout the world and are designed to nurture mothers with children from infancy through kindergarten. Moms need other moms. They need to know they are not alone. Mothers face a variety of challenges, especially new moms, but they have a heartfelt desire to be the best mom they can be. MOPS exists for every mom - urban, suburban, and rural moms, stay-at-home and working moms, teen, single, and married moms - women from different walks of life who share the trials and joys of being a mom!
The MOPS experience equips women for the joys and challenges of their lives as moms. A key factor in the MOPS experience is the relationships built within a group, starting at the MOPS meeting and extending beyond, as moms are willing and able.
What is a MOPS meeting like?
Our MOPS meetings offer:
A haven for soothing frazzled nerves and forming lifelong friendships.
A chance to enjoy a delicious breakfast while meeting other moms.
A quality children's program where little ones are cared for and loved through activities.
An inspirational speaker who shares biblical truths and practical ways to fulfill the various roles of mother, wife, and woman.
An opportunity to complete a craft project that moms probably wouldn't have the time or energy to attempt at home.
A place to gain perspective and balance in a group that helps to bring out the best in moms.
MOPS at Bell Creek Communtiy Church meets every other Friday September to May from 9:30-11:15am at St Paul's Presbyterian Church 27475 5 Mile Road (see a map here).
The MOPS Experience equips women for the joys and challenges of their lives as moms. One key factor in the MOPS Experience is the relationships built within a group.
Where and when does Bell Creek MOPS meet?
MOPS at Bell Creek Community Church meets every other Friday--September to May-- from 9:30-11:15am at St Paul's Presbyterian Church, 27475 5 Mile Road (see a map here). In the summer, we meet at parks for play-dates.
Is there anything going on in the Summer with MOPS?
We get together every other Friday morning for a Play Date at various parks throughout the Livonia area. Go to http://www.bellcreek.org/node/330 for a complete listing of dates and times. These are available to anyone, you do not need to be a member to come.
What else is part of the Bell Creek MOPS experience?
Optional activities that can be part of the Bell Creek MOPS experience include:
--Monthly Mom’s Night Out
--Monthly Mommy and Me Outing
--Yahoo resource/discussion board
--Off-week and summer Bible studies
--Summer play-dates in the park
--Leadership training events and workshops
How much does Bell Creek MOPS cost?
Total dues for the year are $75 but can be broken up into Fall semester local dues and Spring semester local dues and paid separately. Scholarships are available—please ask! Cost is reduced for those moms not requiring childcare.
What do dues cover?
Dues cover the cost of childcare, building rental, supplies, crafts, etc. and include a year-long membership to MOPS International, including a subscription to MomSense magazine, weekly mom-E-mails, a MOPS reusable shopping bag, MOPS iron on appliqués and MOPS stickers featuring VeggieTales. See www.mops.org for more info.
*Additionally, you will be asked to bring an item for breakfast 2-3 meetings per year, if you are able.
How do I register?
CLICK HERE to register for 2013-2014 Bell Creek MOPS and also please register your child(ren) for MOPPETS - the fun children's program of MOPS!
How do I get more info about MOPS?
If you would like more information about MOPS at Bell Creek Community Church, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!