The early years of child-rearing are so significant and formative—so precious and fleeting…
Moms know this, so they pour themselves into mothering. But who pours themselves into moms? We do!

Contact our Co-Coordinators (Ashley, Elizabeth and Meredith) by emailing

What is MOPS?

MOPS is for all mothers from all walks of life who have children ages birth through kindergarten. (If you are pregnant with your first child or are in the process of adopting, you are welcome too!) This program is specially formatted to reach and encourage mothers of little ones. This season of life has unique challenges and joys and MOPS provides a community to help you navigate this time. Childcare is provided to give moms a chance to fully engage in the meetings.

You do not have to be a “church-goer” or a specific denomination to join us.

MOPS is a place where moms can come to be encouraged and supported by other moms who are in the very same season of life…and best of all, to make some great friends!

MOPS isn’t just for moms, children love it too. In MOPS Kids, they are cared for in a safe, clean and stimulating environment while moms get a chance to enjoy the company of other mothers.

New Bridge MOPS is a local group connected with MOPS International.

New Bridge MOPS meets a couple times a month at New Bridge Community Church on Tuesday mornings. Meetings are from 9:15 to 11:00 am. Themes rotate and include: Craft, Game, Service Project and Speaker meetings. There is no need to pre-register–Just show up, check-in at our registration/welcome table, and someone will get you connected with a table group and help you get your children settled into the MOPS Kids program.

MOPS Kids has four classrooms serving children 3 months old through Kindergarten:
Infants (3-18 month olds)
Toddlers (18-30 month olds)
Tots (2½-3 year olds)
Pre-K/Kinder (4-6 years olds).

We hope you’ll join us and check out MOPS… your first meeting at New Bridge MOPS is free!

Above is a link to our open community Facebook page. It is kept up to date with meeting and registration information. Once you attend a meeting and get registered, you can be added to the closed group on Facebook to have more interaction with group members online.