MOPS is for every mother of preschoolers (birth through Kindergartener). At MOPS we come together as a community of mothers to share brunch, listen to a speaker, interact with a small group, develop relationships, and enjoy needed rest. Our children are well cared for by a dedicated team of childcare workers through our MOPPETS program. The first meeting is FREE so come check us out. Dues are $3/meeting.


WHEN: 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month
Childcare starts at 9:15
Meeting Time 9:30 - 11:15


Our First Meeting is September 9, 2014


WHERE: First Baptist Church of Lansdale
700 N. Broad Street, Lansdale, PA 19446


Monday, September 11, 2017

We are excited to kick off our New MOPS Year!  Here is what is in store for September 2017! 
Tuesday 9/12/17 will be our Welcome Meeting introducing us to our new theme and getting to know each other. 
Tuesday 9/26- We will tackle the theme: Freedom from Clutter.  There will be a bit of homework with this one. 
Please join us! 

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Welcome to our 2017-2018 MOPS Year


Welcome to the 2017-2018 MOPS year!  We are excited to be together and still have openings for new moms and their kids.  We meet the second and fourth Tuesday of the Month from 9:30-11:15. 
Here is our calendar:
  • Sept 12 & 26
  • Oct 10 & 24
  • Nov 14
  • Dec 12
  • Jan 9 & 23
  • Feb 13 & 27
  • Mar 13 & 27
  • April 10 & 24
  • May 8
  • ...Park Playdates twice a month through the summer. 

Friday, September 4, 2015

MOPS first meeting: September 8, 2015.

Come in and visit.  Relax, have breakfast, and meet other great Mothers!  MOPS is for mothers out there with children from age birth through kindergarten.  We are here to remind you that you are not alone.

Friday, July 25, 2014

Welcome to a year of renewed vision, of intentional celebrations and mindful rest - a little feasting, a little celebrating, and a little dancing in the aisles of our lives.  Our theme this year is an exciting one, and I am so happy to have you on this journey with us.

Life is not always what we imagined it would be, so I want to be clear that this year is not about pretending challenges, difficulty and even heart ache do not exist. Our year together is not about living with our heads buried in the sand or our eyes blissfully closed to reality.  It’s about regaining eyes to see the beauty that does exists around us and choosing to celebrate the moments that we often miss.

Together we want to adopt a lifestyle of thanksgiving and celebration and experience the change this will make in us and our families.  Too often over the past few years I have allowed my focus to become the fatigue and stress that accompany being a mom of little ones and the wife of an incredibly hardworking man. Disillusioned and disbelieving that flourishing was possible in my own private desert, I have missed opportunities to revel in the people, life and world around me. 

Choosing to flourish is not so much about the circumstances that surround us, but about our response to them, our approach as we walk through them, and our reliance on the One who walks with us.  This year, I hope you will be inspired to consider God’s goodness, to celebrate milestones large and small in your life, and to embrace those things that feed your soul.  My prayer is that we will have eyes to see as we never have before.  May our rallying cry become “Crumbs into feasts and moments into celebrations!”

Cheers!

Rachel