All this is true, because Every Family Needs Jesus. I hear story after story from dads who share how MOPS has impacted their marriages and families. I see moms grow in their parenting skills as they form friendships with women who become their champions and mentors. I hear amazing stories of life change as moms share how they came to realize the incredible love God has for them and discovered who God formed them to be.”
— -- Sherry Surratt, CEO and President, MOPS International

MISSION STATEMENT:

"St. Paul MOPS exists to create a supportive community based in love and service, dedicated to bringing women closer to Jesus, and equipping them to grow as women, mothers, and leaders."

"Better Moms Make a Better World"

We meet at St. Paul East Campus on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday, 9:00-11:00, September through May. Please contact us about MOPPETS availability. You can find out more about joining MOPS at www.mops.org or by e-mailing:  mops.spumc@gmail.com.

God is working through St. Paul MOPS to bring Jesus to every mom, leader, and family. Lives are being changed and we are passionate about sharing the Good News. We’re committed to providing practical help, spiritual hope, encouragement and deep relationships for mothers of young children. We’re creating authentic community where moms experience Christ’s love and acceptance for who she is.

MOPS is the best in the world at creating face-to-face, heart-to-heart community for moms. Why MOPS

Every Mom Needs a FriendMOPS International helps moms at the most critical stage of parenting: the preschool years. Being a mom can be overwhelming and discouraging, but MOPS provides a safe environment for every mom of preschoolers to realize her precious place in God’s kingdom and her potential as a wife, mom and leader.

Every Leader Needs a Chance to GrowNot only does MOPS encourage and equip moms, but we also recognize women have incredible leadership potential and influence. MOPS provides a mom unique opportunities to grow as a leader, impacting her family, church and community.

Every Church Needs a MOPS GroupResearch tells us moms with preschoolers are the most open to opportunities for parenting help and networking. MOPS can be a critical part of a church’s family ministry strategy and creates a safe, open door for moms and their families.