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A ministry supporting moms in all seasons of life

Newday MOPS is now Newday MomCo. 

Newday's Mothers of Preschoolers group is expanding and growing into a group for moms in all seasons of life. Newday MomCo stands for Mom Community — and there is a place for you! Newday MomCo is for you if you're expecting your first child or if you're an empty nester. Our meetings this next semester (January 2024) will be engaging and meaningful for all moms in all seasons of life! This is a group for moms in our community... so invite your friends, neighbors, or the moms in line at the coffee shop! Register by our first meeting in 2024 for 50% off! That's only $25 for entire semester! Registration fees cover a MomCo by MOPS international membership, speaker fees, craft/activity costs, and more.

 

THIS IS THE YEAR TO SAY, YES! What if we started saying ‘yes’ to the important things? Yes, to parenting on purpose. Yes, to significant challenges and out-of-your-comfort-zone opportunities. Yes, to your marriage. Invitations to connect with others? Yes, please. Developing a ‘yes’ mindset is living intentionally, listening to God’s still, small voice and doing the brave things rather than the easy things.

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT!

Register before January 4, and your semester cost will only be $25! That is HALF OFF!

Newday MomCo | Begins January 4, 2024

Thursdays, twice/month, beginning on January 4 from 6:30–8:30p

$50 (this covers speaker fees, program fees, and a $32 MOPS International Fee) 

*See early bird discount! Register before January 4, 2024 and your fee will be half off — only $25 for the semester!

 

Please note that we do not offer childcare at our meetings. We have a list of available babysitters (teens and adults). If the cost of evening childcare is prohibitive for you, or if you would like a list of babysitters, please contact Haleigh

 

If the cost of registration is prohibitive, scholarships are available. Please contact Haleigh for more information. 

Watch MomCo rebranding story told to us by Mandy Arioto, President and CEO of MomCo.

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