What is MOPS?
MOPS stands for "Mothers of Preschoolers" - but don't let that confuse you. MOPS is about meeting the needs of every mom of a child from conception through kindergarten with local groups of moms just like you. Whether you're urban, suburban, rural, stay-at-home, working, teen, adoptive, special-needs, single or married, MOPS is for you!
A typical meeting will include a brief opening, encouraging welcome with a prayer, a group discussion, refreshments/appetizers, creative time (a project that we can all complete) or possibly a special guest speaker. Our goal is to make each mom feel like a welcome part of our community.
What are Moppets?
The Turning Pointe's MOPPETS program provides loving care for your children. While mothers attend the MOPS meeting, the children (moppets) enjoy a program designed to meet their needs. The children are divided into age groups and are involved in planned activities that provide social growth and spiritual enrichment, resembling a Vacation Bible School. Games, stories, crafts, and play enhance their physical and creative development. Your child will be lovingly cared for while you enjoy yourself and relax in our group MOPS meeting. Also, in adherence with the Safe-Child Policy, all MOPPET volunteers have background checks.
When does MOPS meet?
Meetings are the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month September through May from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
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More info from the TTP MOPS Blogspot