2nd & 4th Thursdays, September 26–April 23, 9:15–11:15am, Sandberg Chapel
Parenting involves the unique combination of great fulfillment and utter frustration. Moms Together is open to women, with children (birth–kindergarten), who desire encouragement and friendship with other moms in the same stage of life. You might feel inadequate, isolated, lonely or just totally exhausted, but you don’t have to struggle through the challenges alone. Receive spiritual encouragement and practical help with others in community. These gatherings invite connection and conversation with other moms, including hot brunch, fun door prizes, speakers on relevant topics and creative activities.
The 2019–20 theme is Crave (1 Peter 2:1–3). In a world of things and people calling for our attention, are we prioritizing time and energy on what has eternal value? This year we’re exploring how to align our cravings with what God says they should be so we can find true satisfaction.
- $15 non-refundable registration
- $70 program fee
- Childcare fee
The childcare program is open to birth–kindergarten children. It has a spiritual emphasis with playtime, stories, crafts and snack, but is not a preschool. Contact the childcare coordinator. The childcare fee is based on the number of children registered. First child is an annual $55. Each additional child is $15. The childcare fee helps cover childcare workers, snacks and crafts.
The annual program fee covers materials, creative activities, hospitality and speakers.
In the event of cancellation, your payment is refunded minus the $15 non-refundable registration fee.
If you have financial constraints, contact the registration coordinator about scholarships or alternative payment plans. Don't let financial constraints hinder your involvement in Moms Together.
As part of our service to one another, each mom and her small group is asked to provide brunch twice during the year and to serve in a childcare room one morning.You may, however, opt out of serving in childcare by paying a $25 fee to help offset the cost of additional childcare workers.