For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them. Matthew 18:20 NRSV

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This school year, St. Andrew Preschool is excited to be hosting  a Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) group here at St. Andrew.   At MOPS, we gather moms, all moms. So, whether you are a soon-to-be-mom, first-time mom, or seventh-time mom, you are welcome here. Whether you are an adoptive, young, seasoned, foster, step, or any other type of mom, you are welcome here.  We have something for you.  We believe that remarkable things will happen when moms come together to learn and fellowship. We build circles of moms who meet to share their hopes, fears, and insights.  We rally women together to help them become more brave and kind one gathering at a time.  MOPS encourages and equips moms of young children to realize their potential as mothers, women and leaders and share in Bible lessons, games, videos, activities, and play dates.

  • To Register

To register, (St. Andrew MOPS will be on the MOPS website in September) the 4-digit Quick Registration Code is 52AY.  You can self register for membership at  Or moms can go to   Find a meeting and put in zip code 23433 to find St. Andrew Preschool.

The MOPS group will meet twice a month on the First and Third Fridays from 9:30-11:30 a.m. beginning in November (November 2 & 16).  We will have childcare for preschoolers and home schooled-age students.

MOPS Membership Dues are $100 for 16 meetings and can be paid in 2 or 3 installments.  Your membership includes a MOPS International membership, a welcome kit of goodies, access to the MOPS blog and other great online and print resources.   Dues also help defray the cost of childcare, crafts, and other meeting expenses.

  • How you can help:  If you would like to support the MOPS St. Andrew program, there are many ways to help:
  1. Childcare:   We are currently recruiting childcare workers (training provided).
  2. A Mentor Mom  is any mom who loves Christ and wants to be an “encourager” to other moms.  (training provided)
  3. Financial Support:  We would love to not deter anyone from joining us because of financial needs. If you would like to support this ministry by providing a scholarship for a mom in need, please contact Carol Carnegie at

Look for more info after our Leadership Training meeting in September.

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