Do you have school-age children? Wondering how to help and guide them? Do YOU need answers? This group’s for you! We meet the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month, 9:30-11:30 am, September through May. We also have Mom's Night Out the 2nd Tuesday of each month.
MOMSnext Spring Meetings
***NEW*** Meeting schedule
1st Thursday at McDonald’s – 9:30-10 get food if desired; 10-11 book discussion; 11-11:30 social
3rd Thursday at church – 9:30-10 breakfast; 10-10:15 news and games; 10:15-11 speaker; 11-11:30 discussion
Jan. 3 – McDonald’s – Boundaries with Kids chapters 11-14
Jan. 17 – Church – Teaching your kids about money – Lisa Zeck
Feb. 7 – McDonald’s – One Tough Mother (1st 3rd)
Feb. 21 – No meeting, school break
March 7 -- McDonald’s – One Tough Mother (2nd 3rd)
March 21 -- Church – Michelle Garland on our changing bodies
April 4 – No meeting, school break
April 18 – Church – Deb Matheny on anxiety issues
May 2 – McDonald’s – One Tough Mother (last 3rd)
May 14 – End of year dinner - 6-8 pm Woodshop, Clarkston
MOMSnext is a Christian ministry designed to encourage, equip and develop mothers of school-age children.
For more information call 248-391-1170.
MOPS International, or Mothers of Preschoolers is for YOU. We learn about becoming better women and mothers. We eat breakfast, talk, make a craft, and discuss issues of young motherhood in small groups. All women are welcome regardless of religious beliefs, age, race, or economic or marital status. The only requirement is having children age birth-kindergarten. During meetings, MOPPETS is the program for the children. Volunteers care for the children while moms get a much-needed break! Meetings are the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of every month, September-May, from 9:00 am-11:30 am. at Good Shepherd. Call 248-391-1170 for more information.
Quilting for Lutheran World Relief
All women are invited to spend 9:30am - noon on the first and second Fridays of each month quilting. No special skills or equipment are needed; just a heart for the less fortunate. Join in for the fellowship and feeling that we're doing what the Lord asks of us, by caring for those in need.