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Is this your first time with Gary MOPS? If you answered yes, WELCOME! We are so excited that you are joining our community of moms! Here’s what to do:
- Register as a MOPS International Member.
a. Go to www.MOPS.org
b. Select Get Started.
c. Select Become a Member.
d. Complete online registration.
e. Pay the annual membership fee of $31.95. (Check out all the awesome goodies in your membership kit!)
- Register as a Gary MOPS member.
a. Click here for registration.
b. Complete the registration form.
c. Pay the local membership first-semester dues of $30. (This covers the cost of all our amazing speakers and helps subsidize the MOPPETS program!)
- Register your kiddos for MOPPETS (our loving childcare program that tends to your little darlings while you enjoy a time of peace, coffee, and mom fellowship).
a. To register your child/ren click here.
Space is limited. If you are not able to register for one of our age-appropriate classrooms, please email to be placed on our waitlist.
b. Once each child is registered for MOPPETS, please pay the semester dues of $60 for one child, plus $12 for each additional child. (For example, the cost of one kiddo is $60, the cost of two kiddos is $72, etc.)
Payments for first-semester local dues ($30) and MOPPETS registration ($60 or more) can be made online by clicking here, or by check to Gary UMC with MOPS in the memo line. MOPS International dues must be paid when registering at MOPS.org. Scholarships and payment plans are offered to those who are in need of MOPS but unable to make full payments due to budgets, please feel free to inquire!
Sisters, this is a year we will tend the fire in our hearts.
We will stop inhaling the fumes of our mistakes that tell us we are not enough. Not a good enough mom, not pretty enough, not brave enough, not smart enough, not wealthy enough. Instead, we will choose to tend our God-given fire. We will love our children with an all consuming love and use our words to warm the world. We will hold the torch up high and shed light on what matters most.
When our homes feel cold, we’ll light a fire.
When a friend has lost her spark, we’ll fan her flame.
When the world seems dark, we will be an ember of hope.
In order to do this we will learn to…
Live expectantly, Surrender daringly, Breathe freely