The purpose of MOPS is to encourage, equip and develop every mother of preschoolers to realise her potential as a woman, mother and leader in the name of Jesus Christ.
MOPS meets on alternate Fridays (during the WA school term) from 9.30am – 11.30am
Term 1: 15 Feb, 1 Mar, 15 Mar, 29 Mar, 12 Apr
Term 2: 10 May, 24 May, 7 Jun, 21 Jun, 5 Jul
Term 3: 2 Aug, 16 Aug, 30 Aug, 13 Sept, 27 Sept
Term 4: 25 Oct, 8 Nov, 22 Nov, 6 Dec
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is MOPS for?
MOPS is for Mothers of Preschoolers. It is not a mother-and-toddler playgroup; we exist to meet the needs of mothers with preschool-aged children from 0 through 5. Mothers are very welcome at MOPS with or without their preschooler.
I already go to a playgroup with my child. How is MOPS different?
MOPS is about you as a woman and a mum, and offers an opportunity for your needs to be met. When you take care of yourself, you are more capable of taking care of your children. Better mothers make a better world!
Is childcare available during MOPS?
Yes. Our childcare program Mops Kids is a structured, organised program run by people who care about your child. While babies are lovingly cared for, older children are kept busy with a fun program which may include games, indoor and outdoor activities, a bible story and a craft, as well as free play. Mops Kids carers are staff/volunteers with a heart for kids. They are screened for suitability, and given regular training. All Mops Kids programs run according to the Mops Kids Childcare Guidelines and adhere to the WA legislation with regards to working with children.
How much does MOPS cost?
Not much at all really! Only $5 for each session. This includes childcare (Mops Kids program), creative materials and other costs.
I am not a Christian and I don’t go to church. Can I still come to MOPS?
MOPS welcomes ALL mothers of preschoolers regardless of age, marital status, race, religion, creed, or national origin. MOPS is a wonderfully diverse group of women, making it a completely unique system of support.
I attended a MOPS group overseas. Is MOPS Australia the same?
MOPS Australia is proud to be an affiliate of MOPS International, though you may find some aspects of MOPS down under slightly different.
Where do I park?
Paid parking is available behind the Church at the Rowland St carpark.
Free parking (2-hour limit) is available at Crossways Shopping Centre (corner of Bagot Rd and Rokeby Rd).
Register today at: http://subiacochurch.wufoo.eu/forms/mops-registration-form-2019/.
If you need further information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.