The MomCo

Motherhood is complicated and can sometimes feel lonely. The MomCo (formerly MOPS—Mothers of Preschoolers) strives to be a place for women who are pregnant/adopting or have young children to connect and enjoy motherhood­—with a backup! Mothers are cared for and encouraged through teaching sessions, snacks, small group discussions, creative activities and fellowship time. This year MomCo at Grace Commons will offer a morning meeting time and a evening meeting time so that all moms will have the opportunity for support and connection.

MomCo Mornings

Time: 9-11:15am
Location: Oerter Hall at Grace Commons
Cost: $200*  before Aug 9 or $220* after Aug 9 (*includes childcare)
Register here for the Morning Meetings

Please note that the morning fee includes access to the evening meetings listed below.

  • Sept 10 & 24
  • Oct 8 & Oct 22
  • Nov 12 (no Nov 26 meeting, due to BVSD school closures)
  • Dec 10 (no Dec 24 meeting, due to winter break BVSD school closures)
  • Jan 14 & Jan 28
  • Feb 11 & 25
  • Mar 11 (no Mar 25 meeting due to spring break BVSD school closures)
  • Apr 8 & 22
  • May 13

MomCo at Night

Time: 6:30-8:30pm
Boulder County
Register here for the Evening Meetings

  • Sept 17
  • Oct 15
  • Nov 19
  • Dec 17
  • Jan 21
  • Feb 18
  • Mar 18
  • Apr 15
  • May 20

Theme for the 2024-25 school year:

Do you ever feel like your pilot light has gone out? Like the spark that once fueled your passion, clarity, and energy has been dimmed under the mental load of motherhood? Perhaps it’s the need to make 1 million decisions a day (so many decisions!) that causes you to never really feel confident you’re doing it right. Maybe you are in a season where you feel you are not showing up well for yourself or others; just going through the motions, trying to get to the end of the week.

That is about to change because we’re declaring this the year of new things. A new season needs a new strategy, and we choose wild, contagious hope. Hope is not a passive exercise in wishing; it’s an active approach to living life engaged. Hope is generative. In Proverbs 13:12 we read, “Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a desire fulfilled is a tree of life.” Hope provides clarity, vision and vitality.

Looking at the adversity and division that seems to be seeping into the fabric of our culture, hope offers another option – the opportunity to see new paths and ways of living that we might not have considered before. It reminds us that we can make a positive difference in our families and communities and that tough times will not paralyze us. Hope requires courage and trust because to see the new thing God is doing likely means going into the wilds—paths that take us through uncomfortable places and challenges that nourish our deepest longing.

God is doing something new, and we can get our hopes up. It’s time for Wild Hope.

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