Our MOPS Newsletter for January 2014

Read and print our latest MOPS newsletter here: MOPS Newsletter 1.5 – January 2014.

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Click to read our newsletter for Jan 2014.

For past issues, see our MOPS Newsletter Archive.

MOPS Leaders – editable versions of our newsletters are available on MOPS.org so you can edit and use them for your groups, too. Just log in to the Leaders section of MOPS.org and look for our newsletters under Ideas.


Our MOPS Newsletter for November 2013

You can read and print our MOPS newsletter for this month here, MOPS Newsletter 1.3 Nov 2013.


Click to read and print our MOPS Newsletter for November 2013.

For past issues, check out our MOPS Newsletter Archive.

Our MOPS Newsletter for October 2013

You can read and print our MOPS newsletter for this month here, MOPS Newsletter 1.2 – October 2013.


Click to read and print our MOPS Newsletter for October 2013.

For past issues, check out our MOPS Newsletter Archive.


Mommy & Me pictures for MOPPETS – Sept 25

Before dropping off your children at MOPPETS on Sept 25, stop by the gym to have your Mommy & Me picture taken. Colleen H. will be outside the gym doors with her camera from 9:00-9:45 AM.

These are simple snapshots and not portraits, so just come as you are. The pictures will be a reference tool for MOPPETS workers during dismissal this year. If you and your MOPPETS won’t be at MOPS on Sept 25, the make-up date is Oct 9.



Register Now for our New Year of MOPS

Registration for our new year of MOPS is open now.

What it Costs

The annual registration fee for MOPS International is $23.95. Make your check payable to “MOPS.”

We never want the cost to stop a mom from attending MOPS. Scholarships are available for moms in need. If you cannot afford to register, please speak privately to a Mentor Mom (Melene, Donna, or Dot) or our Finance Coordinator Sara E.

Why Register

Registration fees are vital to MOPS International’s mission to ensure that no mom is alone. When you pay your registration fee, MOPS International uses that money to support groups all over the world, especially moms in low-income areas and teenage mothers in Teen MOPS groups.

The registration fee is different from the dues you pay when you attend a MOPS meeting. Our dues are paid at our regular meetings to cover a portion of our expenses, like childcare.

Who Should Register

We are required to register our members in order to maintain our charter with MOPS International. All moms who attend our group should be registered, even if they receive a scholarship. This includes all Steering Committee members, Mentor Moms, and MOMSnext members, too.

What’s In the Welcome Package

After you register, you’ll receive a welcome package in the mail from MOPS International. This year’s package includes a cute MOPS tote bag, a sing-along DVD featuring the cuddly character BOZ, and coupons.

You’ll also receive your first issue of MomSense magazine. Flip through and find some encouragement in the pages. Plus, you’ll receive an inspirational e-mail each week from MOPS International.

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