Here at MOPS, we gather and support moms. We offer a warm and welcoming environment to moms regardless of faith, background, or church membership. We believe in the simple but revolutionary idea that remarkable things happen when moms come together!
We couldn’t be happier that you’ve found us on this crazy beautiful journey called motherhood. Every mama nurtures and parents her kiddos differently, and it’s in those differences that we learn from each other. We are better together!
MOPS offers high-quality, women’s gatherings that welcome moms together to share life, motherhood, and Jesus. Our MOPS group is designed for moms with infants, toddlers, or preschoolers. We welcome every mom, with every story, from every background.
We know that your job as a mom does not stop when your children head off to school. Though new challenges and struggles arise as you enter the school years with your kids, the need for community, hope and friendship remains. That’s why we offer MOMSnext. These groups are specifically designed to meet the needs of moms with school-age children.
On January 21, 2024, children in the first grade were presented with Bibles during our annual First Grade Bible Presentation. Part of becoming fully- devoted followers of Christ is to become Biblically-rooted believers, and thanks to their families and church, these kids are on their way! These Bibles are given in honor of Mrs. Colleen McCalmont.
Our Student Ministry had a great weekend with DNOW 2024, the last weekend in January. Our students invested in their spiritual lives; they invited their friends, bonded through discussion and activities, worshipped our Savior, studied the Word, and took steps to become more fully devoted followers of Christ. Our students aren’t just the church’s future; they are the church right now in their schools and spheres of influence. Thank you for being a church that invests in the next generation’s lives.
On Saturday, January 27, over 100 adults gathered in our Chapel to hear from Middle School Pastor Blake Lewis and LPC Clint Davis as they helped parents navigate the use of cell phones, gaming, and social media with their children. The information presented was extensive, ranging from the appropriate age at which children should have a phone to what tools parents can use to monitor and control what their child or teenager sees or downloads on their phones. All information was presented through a Biblical worldview backed by Scripture while using clinical research to help parents and guardians understand what is going on and why it’s important to take a stand. It’s never too late!