Mom to Mom

Fall Season: September 20 – November 22, 2019

Tentative Winter/Spring Season: January 10 – April 3, 2020

Friday mornings, 9:15A – 11:15A

UPDATE: NOV 15 will be the final Mom to Mom session of the season and our Holiday Brunch. Join us! “Teaching and Discussion on Anxiety” will be postponed to March 2020.

“Mom to Mom makes me a better mom as it gives me support along the way…”

Mom to Mom meets weekly to address issues and needs of women and family, guided by Biblical principles. We offer encouragement, compassion, and support to moms with children of all ages living at home. For over fifteen years, hundreds of Moms from the community at-large have come together and learned that they “are not alone” in the delight and struggles of raising a family. Any mom, independent of religious affiliation, is invited to join us.

“I come for the fellowship, information, laughter and knowing that ‘I belong.'”

“I feel comfortable dropping off my son, knowing that he is in a safe and loving place.”

Mom to Mom also offers a wonderful Christian Children’s Ministry Program for infants through kindergartners. There are crafts, music, games and Bible stories for toddlers on up. A loving and responsible children’s team offers your kids the best!

Please note that moms and children must be pre-registered. Places in the children’s program are offered on a first come, first served basis. Registration is open to children until October 8th. Go to the registration page for details on how to sign up!

The program registration fee is $55/year and scholarships are available.

The children’s program fee is $95/year (Max $150/family) and scholarships are available.

“Each week, my kids and I walk out of Mom to Mom as better people.”

For additional information, feel free to contact Elizabeth Markey at momtomomtcc@gmail.com.

Fall Schedule 2019

Sept. 20 — Welcome Brunch
Sept. 27 — Mary Shahian — Principles of Managing Money for Adults and Children
Oct. 4 — Amy Scott — Building a Home Field Advantage; Giving our Kids the Real Support They Need to Become Their Best Selves
Oct. 11 — Joshua Chestnut — Parenting Lessons from Mr. Rogers
Oct. 18 — Kyle Smethurst — Cultivating Empathy in an Entitled Generation
Oct. 25 — Workshop Day — Join us for a morning of creativity – three different hands-on workshop offerings to choose from
Nov. 1 — Dolores Marciniec — Re-Parenting
Nov. 8 — Dolores Marciniec — Re-Parenting
Nov. 15 — Holiday Brunch