Men – join one of our many weekly/bi-weekly bible studies to deepen your relationships with other men and your walk with Christ.
● Tuesday mornings 6:30-7:30am weekly at MoJo’s Coffee House in Bay Village. Contact John Faile.
● Tuesday mornings at 7:15am at The Original Pancake House, Westgate. Contact Breeze Brezovar.
● Tuesday evenings at 7pm on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month at the home of Rick Chelko in Bay Village.
● Wednesday mornings 6:30-7:30am weekly at individual homes in the area. Contact Allen.
● Thursday mornings 6:30-8am weekly at Perkins Pancake House in Avon. Contact Dave.
● Friday mornings 7:30-8:30am at La Centre in Westlake. Contact Lee.
● Saturday mornings 8:00 – 9:30am at BPC. Contact Scott.
In the Wildflowers is a 10-week course designed to offer women hope and healing from the effects of sexual, physical, or emotional abuse. Participants gather in a warm, confidential setting to process the effects of trauma. Teaching and sharing helps individuals reframe thoughts and self in light of Christ. Women move from simply surviving to thriving in Him. Space is limited. $10 for workbook.
Questions or to register: Contact Joanie Metrick (440.331.5916)
Isaiah tells us that God's word endures forever, speaking a message of comfort and challenge to hearers of its own time (sixth century B.C.), and memorable promises of messianic hope to every generation. Written 2600 years ago, it still has implication and application in the 21st century.
In literary style, Isaiah is called the "Shakespeare" of the prophets, and in theology he is the "St. Paul of the Old Testament." This marvelous manuscript has been regarded almost universally as by far the greatest and grandest treatise on the most important subject in the history of writing: Christ and His salvation. The book's significance and sheer eloquence simply cannot be overstated. The book of Isaiah was the only scroll found completely intact of all the Old Testament books discovered in the famous Dead Sea Scrolls in 1947.
Join John Murtha on Sundays at 11:00am in Auburn Hall to explore the second half of this amazing book! No registration is required. Newcomer are welcome! Fellowship time for class members is held before the class begins.
Calling all moms of teens (mothers with youth 8th-12th grade) - Join Kristine Meaux and Heather Bingaman this fall as we encourage and support each other in our relationships with our teens. Our goal in creating this amazing group is to openly support, listen, and love one another through the teen years —to help each other feel grounded and reassured as we navigate these waters with the help of scripture, books and prayer. We will be reading Boundaries by Henry Cloud and John Townsend. The group is open to every mom with teens! We'll meet at Heather Bingaman's home. We look forward to being on this journey together!!! Contact Heather with questions or to let her know you will attend. email@example.com
We need 3-4 adult volunteers to help facilitate a group of 5th-10th graders on Sunday mornings. This youth team runs the Sunday morning worship in our Children's Ministry and they need you to help lead prayer, facilitate team time, and lead a short bible study. This is a great place to invest in the lives of our youth who are learning what it means to serve. Come set a good example. We'll provide all of the resources, we just need you to choose which times you can serve. You can make a big impact by serving just a little bit of time. Contact Veronica Lynagh for more info.
Remember what it was like to hear stories read to you as a child? Whether it was at home with your parents, in school, or at church, chances are you have a good memory of a story or two that have stuck with you. We urgently need someone to read stories in Children's Ministry on Sundays at both 9:00am and 11:00am. If you're interested in volunteering, contact Christine Umerley for more info.
Refugee mentoring has been a long-time volunteer opportunity with BHITC. As part of it, newly arriving refugee families are paired with local citizens to help them through cultural adjustments and most importantly, build friendships. Once again BHITC is offering Refugee 101 Class as an introduction to volunteers who are interested in becoming mentors. Visit www.buildinghopeinthecity.org to register. For more information contact Martha Exoo.
WHEN AND WHERE:
- Thursday, September 20, 6:30 – 8:30 pm - The Hope Center, 15135 Triskett Road, Cleveland
- Saturday, October 20, 9:00 – 11:00 am - BHITC’s offices, 2038 West 29th Street, Cleveland
- Tuesday, November 20, 6:30 – 8:30 pm - The Hope Center, 15135 Triskett Road, Cleveland
Grieving with Hope (for Women) is an 8-week course designed to come alongside women who are grieving the loss of someone they love. The biblically-based format is centered on our one true hope – Jesus Christ. Participants come together to counter one of the strongest effects of grief – isolation – for the purpose of exploring God’s care, protection and guidance on this journey. In addition, the class identifies the necessary day-to-day strategies that will enable one to grieve well to the glory of God. Register here. There is no cost for this course. Course meets in room W211 from 10:30am-noon on Fridays. Contact Lyn Kelley (440.554.4174).
Come sing or play an instrument in the 9:00am worship service Choir/Orchestra. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings from 7:00pm-8:30pm in Auburn Hall. Gather in community and prepare to lead worship as we serve and praise God together! High schoolers through adults welcome. Questions? Contact Marcia Lowe (216.389.6572) or Armin Karim (440.871.3822x139).
ROMANS w/Mike Vonderau: Come and dig into the riches in the Gospel as revealed in the Book of Romans. This 8 week class will be a great opportunity to begin to dig into this text! Join others to grow in God’s Word on Sunday mornings during the 9:00am worship hour. Class begins on Sunday, October 28th in Auburn Hall.
It is time for a new Church Family Directory! As our church continues to grow in community it is helpful to have a book that puts a face to a name, especially for a new lead pastor! Photos will be taken during the month of November at the church. Click the button below to schedule your family photo. You can also set up your appointment in person by stopping by the Welcome Desk to sign up. Questions? Contact Sally Gerycz at firstname.lastname@example.org or 440.871.3822 x 179.
We are collecting food for Bay Food Ministry to support the pantry during the Thanksgiving season. We set up Auburn Hall like a grocery store to distribute food to people in need who live or work in Bay Village, or who regularly attend church at BPC. If you need assistance, or if you would like to volunteer, please contactGail MacMillan (440.773.2568).
Here is a list of items we need:
Canned fruits (pineapple, peaches, mandarin oranges, cranberry sauce)
Canned vegetables (corn, beets, peas, green beans, mushroom soup, baked beans, crispy fried onions, yams)
Bags of potatoes
Canned Tuna & Chicken
Dried goods (instant mashed potatoes, stuffing mix, cake mix, cookie mix, cereal, macaroni & cheese)
Bottled & jars (salad dressing, gravy, peanut butter, jelly)
Paper products & personal care products (paper towels, toilet paper, tissues, shampoo, deodorant, bar soap)
Please bring these items to the Church on Sunday, November 4th through Sunday, November 11th and drop them off at the market stand in the Connector Hall. Thank you!
Join the Christmas Store at the Family Ministry Center as we bless urban families with the gift of hope and dignity this Christmas. Families served at the FMC will be invited to shop at the store to buy new gifts at a fraction of the retail cost. We'll be accepting gift drop offs starting November 4th through Sunday, December 2nd. Register to volunteer at the store here, and shop for families on the Amazon gift wish list with the button below, gifts purchased through this list will ship directly to the FMC:
If you have completed the Loving our Kids on Purpose 5 week class – you are welcome to join Amy Free for the NEXT STEP! Parenting is Heart Work is a deeper dive into practical, Biblical parenting strategies. The group will use the Parenting is Heart Work manual from the National Center for Biblical Parenting. The PHW class will meet for 10 weeks on roughly an every other week basis from 9:30 – 11:30 beginning Dec. 4th. Class fee is $30 to cover the cost of the manual. Childcare is available under separate registration with it’s own fee.
Register for childcare here.
Questions? Contact Elizabeth Ritchie here.
Join us for an amazing evening of joyous praise music and traditional Christmas classics performed by some of Cleveland’s most accomplished Christian vocal and musical performers. Friday, December 7, 2018 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. (refreshments immediately following) Family Ministry Center Sanctuary 3389 Fulton Road, Cleveland Open to the Public. Everyone is welcome! A $20.00 per person optional donation would be appreciated at the door.
RSVPs are encouraged by phone 216.351.0655 or email email@example.com
Do you ever have too much month left over at the end of your money? Have you ever found your checking account overdrawn and yet you still have checks in your checkbook?
Did you know that there are about 2300 verses in the Bible that teach us God’s plan for us to manage our finances and stay out of financial trouble? It’s all right there. Laid out for us.
Want to learn more?
The five-week Crown Biblical Financial Study will answer these and other questions that we all have: tithing/giving, setting up a budget, eliminating debt, financial goals, etc.
Sign up soon. Class size is limited.
Register here through January 7.
Questions? Contact Gregg Huddle firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our 2019 Bay Pres MEN'S RETREAT is slated for March 8-9! If you've been to the Men's Retreat in the past couple of years, you know how powerful this gathering of men is! Save the date and bring a friend with you! (Online Registration Required). Registration will open in late September! The retreat will take place at Beulah Beach (6010 West Lake Road, Vermilion, OH 44089). Contact Steve Corcoran (440.655.6073).
TBAS Tour- Don't want to drive to the city but curious about The Bridge Avenue School? We will be gathering together at Bay Presbyterian Church parking lot at 9:30am on Friday November 16th. We will take a few minivans down to visit TBAS and the FMC then return to BPC before noon. If you are interested and want to reserve your spot in a minivan, please email Jodee Hunger at email@example.com
Celebrate THANKSGIVING this year with International students by hosting them for dinner! Our great American holiday tradition that embodies our Christian values - being thankful to God and welcoming the alien and stranger and thus, welcoming Jesus Himself - becomes world missions. No foreign language or passport required! We need volunteers (or for more details)- contact Bok Chew (InterVarsity Christian Fellowship) at firstname.lastname@example.org now or by November 15th.
International Orphan Sunday is next Sunday, November 11th, and you're invited to attend one of several open houses hosted by a BPC family next Sunday evening. There will be drinks, appetizers and discussion about God's heart for the physical and spiritual orphans within and among us. Stop by the table in the Gathering Area today to find out more or contact Amber Littleton for details (email@example.com 440.284.3777).
Are you looking to serve in a meaningful way this next year? Come to an informational meeting with Beth Golik and Libby Peterson as they share their experience with Joni & Friends Family Retreats and see if you want to join a team from Bay Pres to serve as short term missionaries (STMs) at an Ohio-based “Joni Camp” in June 2019.
STMs volunteer to serve families affected by disability with Christ-like encouragement and friendship. As an STM, you'll receive on-site training - no experience required!
There is nothing quite like a Joni & Friends Family Retreat. Families with special needs are cared for, encouraged and rejuvenated in a Christ-centered, fully accessible camp environment. Although you will be there to serve a family, we guarantee that you will be blessed (and transformed) through the experience.
Please come to the November 8th information session to learn more about this life-changing opportunity. We’ll meet from 7:00pm-8:00pm on Thursday, November 8th in rooms E200-202. Contact Beth Golik (440.871.3822x181) or Libby Peterson (440.871.3822x113) for more information.
As we approach the arrival of a new Lead Pastor, have you ever wondered what is life-giving to a pastor or what you can do to make a pastor feel loved and encouraged? Join Pastors Hu Auburn, Tom Madden and Chris Scruggs in the Sanctuary for a panel discussion with Q & A on How to Love Your Pastor.
Questions? Contact Sharon Brumagin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 440.871.3822 X136,
As a church we host a free quarterly event that has made church more meaningful for families with special needs. It's called Respite, and it's a two and a half hour event (three hours for volunteers) that gives parents and caretakers a break from their everyday lives.
If you're a parent of a child with special needs and you want your child (and siblings) to attend the Fall Respite Event on Friday, November 2, click the attend button. Please note: each child needs their own registration form. You will have the opportunity to put your name on a waiting list if our guest registration fills up during the October 8-12 registration period. We look forward to welcoming you to Respite at BPC!
Our next event is Friday, November 2, and if you want to plug in and get involved in the
life of the church in a new way, click the button to serve.
For some parents Respite nights are the only date nights they get all year. This means so much to the families that come that we don't want you to miss your opportunity to get involved in giving someone a much needed break.
At Respite, kids spend time doing all sorts of activities and it takes volunteers to keep those activities going. That's where you come in. Whether you're a teenager or a retired adult, there is a long list of roles that you can fill ranging from specialist roles to first-time volunteers with no experience. Anybody can find a place to serve, including you.
Get in touch with Beth Golik with any questions. (440.871.3822x181)
Join us in the Fallout for games, fun and a costume contest with prizes...things will look a little different than regular Student Culture! We are starting a half hour later than usual. This is a great night to invite friends. A parental consent form is required as there will be inflatables on site. Find the link at baypres.org/events. Questions? Contact Maria Ielapi (email@example.com or 440.871.3822 X186).
Have you ever wondered what it takes to open a center in Nairobi to care for the families that are experiencing the effects of AIDS? BPC is fully committed to financially supporting this mission. Join the CARE for AIDS advocacy team who is hosting one of the founders of CARE for AIDS, Duncan Kimani. He will be speaking between services on Sunday, October 21, 2018 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am in Auburn Hall. Stay after the service OR plan on being early to join us in hearing his testimony about how God is working in the slums of Kenya.
Questions? Contact Martha Exoo 440.871.3822x140
Women are invited to join together in prayer and worship as we honor the lives of the babies we lost. Attendees will have an opportunity to light candles in memory of their babies, joining in with women across the nation in a Wave of Light on this National Day of Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance.
We have loss around pregnancy for all different reasons. Some of us in our church family have walked through miscarriage, abortion, stillbirth, infant loss, or aspects of abuse or trauma that led to pregnancy loss. Know this will be a safe time to pursue healing and receive God's touch on your life. Our God keeps track of all our sorrows and collects all our tears (Psalm 56:8). Come join as we mourn together, and celebrate the hope we have in Christ.
The service will take place in Auburn Hall
Contact Anne Douglas (216.400.1034) with questions.
All leaders or aspiring leaders are invited to join Pastor Chris Scruggs as he teaches on servant leaders in times of transition. Join us at 7:00pm on Tuesday, October 9th in Auburn Hall. Questions? Contact Sharon Brumagin(440.871.3822x136).
In order to have our souls restored, we need times of extended worship and seeking the Lord through prayer. You were made to worship. You were made to commune with God. Join this atmosphere of worship on Sunday, October 7th at 6:00pm. Questions? Contact Jessica Fischer.
BPC Join the men of BPC for breakfast and a speaker on Saturday, October 6 from 7-8:30am in the Fallout. The men of BPC gather monthly to encourage each other in the Lord as we pursue Him and His ways in our lives, out families, our church and our communities! This week’s speaker is Rich Veres! Questions: Contact Libby Peterson, Director of Discipleship Ministries, or Mike Parks, or David Abood.
Tuesday Evening Women’s Bible Study has a place for you! Would you like to grow your gratitude; to look at life and find the good that comes from God? Join Sandy Spence and Lindsay Gould for a study of One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp. This study runs Tuesday evenings from 7-8:30pm, October 2nd – November 13th.
Parents, join your second grader for a very special time!
Your child will receive a very precious gift… their Bible!
You and your child are invited to join us in Auburn Hall during the 9:00am or 11:00am service hour to attend a simple breakfast and Bible presentation. This workshop will introduce families to the elementary age appropriate Adventure Bible. We’ll have a great time learning, playing games, and worshiping! At the end of the workshop, we will proceed into the Sanctuary together as a part of the worship service to be recognized and prayed over by a pastor and with the congregation.
This workshop will be in place of our regularly scheduled second grade class.
Pastries, juice and coffee will be served.
Sunday, October 7 in the Sanctuary – there will be a video presentation of the workshop and letter-writing packets available in the pews during worship service to write letters of encouragement to the 2nd graders.
Open to everyone! Men’s ministry is inviting you to a clambake and country Hoedown on Saturday, September 29th at the American Legion in Avon Lake (31972 Walker Road). The party starts at 4:00 pm and ends at 8:00pm. The clambake includes all the traditional eats. The cost is $30/person or $60 /couple. An extra dozen of clams are $7. Also included is our own personal Hoedown instructor. Come join us for some good ol’ fashioned fun! Register by September 20th.
Give blood. Help save lives. The American Red Cross will hold a blood drive in Auburn Hall this Saturday (Sept 29) from 9:00am to 2:00pm. To schedule an appointment, go to RedCrossBlood.org and enter sponsor code "BayPres", or call 1.800.733.2767. Thank you!
Do you find yourself challenged by conversations with family, friends and co-workers about faith and life? Bring these friends and join John and Marie Murtha and other adults over 40 for: FAITH & LIFE - an informal discussion about tough stuff with Biblical insight offered. Wednesday, September 26th at 7:00pm.
Attendees are invited to bring topics to discuss. The conversations are open and respectful – a great place to wrestle with both the big and little questions about life today.
This gathering takes place at the home of Ed and Marcia Lowe at 170 Williamsburg Drive in Avon Lake. RSVP requested. Call Marcia at 216.389.6572.
Do You Work in Health Care? Sunday mornings, we worship as the gathered church. The rest of the week, we serve as the scattered church wherever God sends us. If that's a doctor's office, clinic, or hospital, then this fall's ReIntegrate class is especially for you. Whether you do nursing, dentistry, surgery, or therapy, God cares about you and your work. Learn why—and how to integrate your faith with that work, and explore these ideas with classmates in health care. A section for other callings will be included, so all (teens and up) are welcome.
Join John and Susan McElwain as they lead those participating to discover the surprising and liberating scope of the Bible's good news. Explore how its Truth holds all of life together, and know why Paul said, “I am not ashamed of the gospel.”
Class will be held Sunday mornings during the 9:00am worship hour in the Fallout. Class begins September 23rd and runs for 8 weeks. Come one and all and embrace the full scope of the Gospel!
Heaven: is it beyond your imagination? Is your understanding of heaven impacting how you live each day here on earth? Maybe there's more to look forward to than we thought?? Join other women on Thursday nights as Barb Erickson leads a study of Randy Alcorn's book: Heaven. Study begins September 20th and concludes on November 13th. Participants are asked to order the book and study guide. Join us in room E204-206. Register today!
Join us for the 5 week class: Loving our Kids on Purpose. For parents of kids of all ages. Learn to treat your children the way God treats us, bringing peace and freedom into your home. Get tools for discipline and much more! Class will be taught by Libby Peterson and Amy Free. This 5 session class will be offered on an every other week basis on the following Tuesday mornings: September 18, October 2, 16, 30 and November 13. Childcare will be provided. Participants are asked to purchase the book: Loving our Kids on Purpose by Danny Silk. Register here.
The Book of Exodus -- The promise of salvation that God made to Adam and Eve and Abraham continues. Women: Join us as we explore one of the most exciting books of the Old Testament. In Exodus God reveals Himself to not only His people, the Jews, but to the entire known world, In Egypt His demonstrates that there is but ONE God! In the wilderness He shapes and molds His people into a nation, teaching them how to live before a Holy God and laying the foundation for the final Deliverer, Jesus! This is God’s story and because we are “children of Abraham” this is OUR story
WE gather for fellowship and study on Tuesdays from 9:30 – 11:30 from Sept. 18th- November 13th and we’d love to have you join us! Sign up today!
Join with the women of BPC for the Summer READ book review! We’ll gather for food, fellowship and discussion on Tuesday, Sept. 11 from 7-9pm with doors open for refreshments at 6:30. A panel will answer questions related to the book, None Like Him, and table discussion will follow. It will be a fun gathering and we hope you will join in and bring along the friends you’ve been reading the book with too! Books can be purchased online here & here.
Join Beth Moore in a book and video study as she leads us in a very personal examination of the great story of threat and deliverance in the book of Esther. Beth peels back the layers of history and shows how very contemporary and applicable the story of Esther is to our lives today.
If you've ever felt inadequate, threatened, or pushed into situations that seemed overpowering, this is the Bible study for you. Just as it was tough being a woman in Esther's day, it's tough today. This portion of God's Word contains treasures to aid us in our hurried, harried, and pressured lives. SPACE IS LIMITED!
Freshman Culture is a program specifically designed for high school freshmen to launch them forward in the faith, and to connect them with other Christ-following peers and adults, as they begin high school. Freshman Culture runs Sunday evenings from 5:30pm-7:00pm beginning September 9th through October 21st - ending with a banquet the following Sunday, October 28th. Freshmen register here, mentors notified by a freshman can apply with the button below. Questions? Contact Maria Ielapi.
There’s a new Ministry Opportunity available on Sundays! Romans 12:13 says, “Contribute to the needs of the saints and seek to show hospitality.” Do you have a heart for God and His people? Are you community-minded and friendly? Then you might be perfect for our Hospitality Ministry, or maybe our Help and Safety Team! Join Sally Gerycz and Terry Schordock for a brief, 20 min. meeting immediately following both 9:00am and 11:00am services in the Sanctuary on Sunday, September 9th. We’re better with you!
Membership 101 Class. Open to all, we encourage you to join us for this significant time of faith and fellowship with others here at the church.For five consecutive weeks, beginning September 9th, our pastors and staff will guide you through interactive discussions and teachings, while also heightening our understanding of how much we as a church need to be Centered on Christ /Shaped in Community/ Sent into the world.
We are excited to grow in Christ with you! Each week you will be guided through the Gospel message in a relevant and personal way. You’ll learn more about our church – from governance to sacraments, our denomination & membership responsibilities. In addition, we will be sharing ways for you to get plugged in to ministry and service opportunities here at Bay Presbyterian Church and beyond these walls. We’d love to have you as part of our Membership 101 Class! This five-week session will be held on Sunday mornings at 9:00 am in Room W211, September 9th through October 7th. Since this class takes place during the 9am service, childcare is available. Relationships matter. Let’s take the next step together at Bay Pres – join us!
Be inspired by the stories of our persecuted brothers and sisters! At the VOM Advance Conference, speakers from around the world share personal testimonies about God’s faithfulness in the midst of persecution. Join us to learn how God’s kingdom is advancing, even in the face of fierce opposition. Meet your persecuted family face to face, and let God use their stories to challenge you to a deeper, bolder walk with Him.
- Semse Aydin – Turkey
- Leanna Cinquanta - India & Nepal
- Brother John - Syria
- Todd Nettleton - VOM Radio Host
- Music & Worship by Amy Shreve
This event is FREE to attend!
Please visit VOMadvance.com to register.
Change in any situation is difficult, and yet God’s Word has so much to say about change. Life’s ups and downs can cloud out our ability to see the goodness and mercy of God which comes to us expressly during those times. What if the ups and downs of life were actually graces from God to make us more like His Son?
Over the course of this one-day workshop we will study the intricacies of the human heart and see the beauty of the gospel of Christ that transforms daily life in a real and tangible way. In-depth biblical discipleship is about relationships, with God and with others.
Come early, coffee will be available at 8:00am, and lunch is included with the price of your registration.
For Questions, please contact Tammy Wassmer, 440-871-3822 x106
He grew up in a home where addictions, the occult, violence, betrayals, physical and mental abuse were normal. He began drinking at an early age to numb the pain and fill the hole in his heart, spirit and soul. He went on to become one of the pioneers of cage fighting, and fought in Russia and Brazil. He then went into acting and acted in over 30 action movies and a show on Spike TV. As his fame and finances grew his addiction to alcohol, became an addiction to pornography, sex, adrenaline, power, and lastly… a hard core addiction to crystal meth lasting roughly 15 years. David “Nico” was slammed into deaths door more than once, and he asked GOD to save him from the monster he had become. He had dropped down to 130 pounds, stuttered as he tried to speak while his hands shook uncontrollably. GOD pulled David “Nico” from the pig stye he was existing in and is using this man often referred to as one that can reach the people that society has deemed unreachable. He has spoken in mens homes, prisons, detentions centers, churches of all denominations across the country, revivals, schools, TV and radio. He and his former ministry partner Holly were both chosen because of their incredible testimonies over coming the odds through GOD’s love, to be two of forty, included in Allsion Restagnos book, 40 Divine Miracles from Heaven on Amazon.
"The only reason I’m breathing is to bring souls into God’s kingdom. Salvations here on this earth and celebrations in Heaven."
This free event is Thursday, September 6th in the Fallout at 7:00pm. Contact Ryan Ripley for more information.
REGISTRATION ENDS SEPTEMBER 3rd
Calling ALL moms! Whether you have preschool, elementary, middle school or high school children, there is a place for you in MOPS or MOMSNext to receive support, make new friends and grow in your faith – as a mom and a woman!
MOPS is open to all moms of babies through kindergartners. Daytime groups meet twice each month on Mondays, the evening group meets twice a month on Wednesdays. MOMSNext has a daytime group for moms of elementary aged children meeting Monday mornings, a daytime group for moms of middle/high school children also meeting Monday mornings and an evening group for moms of all school aged children, meeting Tuesday evenings.
Registration will run from April 23th -September 3rd. If childcare is provided, you will receive an email with a link to childcare registration after you register.
We look forward to having you join the great work God is doing through MOPS and MOMSNext!