MOPS
Drive-through
registration
Tuesday,
September 12, 2017
9:00 am-11:00 noon
Cost is $55 between
now and Sept. 12
$60 after that date

See you at
Spokane Valley Church
15515 E. 20th Avenue
Spokane Valley, WA
509-926-1545

Better Moms Make A Better World

WHAT IS MOPS?  MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) is a group of moms who get together to care for, encourage, help, and love one another.  We come from different backgrounds and lifestyles and find that we have similar concerns and difficulties.  Through the year, we develop friendships to help us through the challenging season of mothering preschoolers.  

We share ideas and tips and celebrate our successes.  When we meet we eat breakfast, listen to guest speakers, create crafts, and chat.  Our guest speakers share valuable information to equip us for our huge jobs in our family and the community.  MOPS moms want to be the best moms we can be, and we know we're better when we do it together!
 

AM I A MOPS MOM?   Any and every mom with a child ages newborn through kindergarten is welcome at MOPS.
 

DO I NEED A BABYSITTER?  No!  A wonderful team of volunteers is ready to care for your child. While you focus on growing as a woman and mother, your child will be participating in MOPPETS. MOPPETS is a program designed especially for our child that includes puppet shows, crafts, snacks, play time, Bible lessons and more.  Our loving, well-trained volunteers are background-checked each year.
 

 
WHAT DOES MOPS COST?  SVNC MOPS costs $60.00 for the entire year.  If you need help paying tuition, just let us know!
 

WHEN DOES MOPS MEET?  SVNC MOPS meets the end of September through May on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.  

HOW DO I JOIN MOPS?  To register contact the church office at 509-926-1545.  We'll take all your information at this first meeting.
 

WHERE CAN I LEARN MORE?  To learn more about SVNC MOPS, please call our church office at (509) 926-1545 or e-mail to svncmops@yahoo.com.  You can also find us on Facebook: SVNC MOPS.  To learn more about MOPS International you can visit www.mops.org.