Mothers of Preschoolers

MOPS is about ...

Celebrating motherhood

Meeting needs

Making connections

Experiencing God’s love...through relationships and resources.

MOPS stands for Mothers of Preschoolers. MOPS International exists to meet the needs of every mom - urban, suburban, and rural moms, stay-at-home and working moms, teen, single, and married moms - moms with different lifestyles who all share a similar desire to be the very best moms they can be! MOPS recognizes that the years from infancy to kindergarten are foundational in a mother-child relationship and are filled with unique needs.

Hopeful Heart MOPS

Online registration for the Fall semester has ended! If you would like to be placed on the wait list or register for the spring semester click HERE.

Mondays, twice a month, September-May
First McKinney Children's Building / 9:15-11:45am

For questions about Monday morning MOPS email

MOPS provides a safe, loving environment where moms have the opportunity to make new friends, share experiences, and laugh together. Moms learn biblical principles pertaining to womanhood, parenting, and marriage. MOPS also provides opportunities for social outings throughout the year in the form of play dates and Moms’ Nights Out.

The cost for Hopeful Heart MOPS helps offset expenses.  Cost per semester is $75 and non-refundable. Membership includes:

  • Meetings
  • Speakers
  • Crafts
  • Childcare
  • Themed t-shirt
  • MOPS International Membership
  • MOPS International Welcome Kit

You may register at any point in the year. Dues are per semester and not pro-rated based on when you start. Scholarships are available.

  • 1st Semester: September - December
  • 2nd Semester: January – May 

Fire is a tool utilized only by human beings. Since the beginning of time, humans have congregated around its warmth for light, protection and company. Every other creature on the planet fears fire, but we’ve been given the unique ability to harness it, to use its power to improve our lives. Not only that, but poets and artists have used fire to describe the God-given spark that wakes us up in the morning and fuels our purpose and passion. Whatever the context, fire is not to be ignored. 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. We will: LIVE EXPECTANTLY, SURRENDER DARINGLY and BREATHE FREELY. We hope and pray you join us on this journey.

Never let the fire go out … When you hope, be joyful. When you suffer, be patient. When you pray, be faithful. Share with God’s people who are in need. Welcome others into your homes. – Romans 12:11-13 (NIrV)