Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) is a non-profit international ministry that creates mothering communities to help “Better Moms Make A Better World.” Moms experience authentic friendship, receive mothering support and grow personally and spiritually. MOPS is dedicated to meeting the distinct and unique needs of all mothers of preschoolers (birth through 6 years) from all walks of life. It also encourages and equips every mother to realize her potential as a woman, mother and leader. MOPS is the best in the world at creating authentic communities of growth that invite women into a relationship with Jesus Christ.
MOPS understands moms, because we know the unique joys and challenges of this early season of mothering. Through MOPS, moms help each other become better moms while learning new parenting skills and developing new friendships. You’ll be welcomed, accepted and inspired to reach your full potential.
The MOPS Group Experience provides relevant, growth-oriented resources for the mothering journey. Through MOPS, moms can learn mothering skills and strengthen supportive relationships while children are cared for in the nurturing environment of MOPPETS.
MOPS provides a place to anchor your hope and share your joys and frustrations with other moms. The relationships that develop within the group help you sustain hope during the daily act of mothering, even when you feel you have no more of yourself to give.
While your children will outgrow different stages of their life, you’ll never outgrow what you gain at MOPS. MOPS equips you with parenting knowledge and leadership skills to better influence your family, community and world.
ICD currently sponsors one MOPS group that meets on the first and third Wednesday of the month from 9:30-11:30 a.m. (childcare is provided). Our MOPS groupp is dynamic, inviting environments where women can come just as they are to build friendships, be encouraged by each other and gain practical parenting strategies.
At MOPS meetings, moms come together to share food, laugh and hear inspiring speakers. While moms are attending meetings, their children are lovingly cared for in the MOPPETS program. In a MOPS group, you experience authentic community, mothering support, personal growth and spiritual hope, all to help you be the best mom possible.
For more information or to join the ICD MOPS group, please contact:
Co-Coordinator, Alison Boydston 303-263-2672
Co-Coordinator, Becky Anthony 314-229-3841
or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org