MOPS is designed to nurture mothers of preschool children and expectant mothers. Moms have the opportunity to make new friends, share experiences, and laugh together in a safe, loving, and Christian environment. They learn Biblical principles pertaining to womanhood, parenting and marriage.
MOPS Spring Mega Yard Sale is Saturday, April 5, 2014 from 7am-1pm, at Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Church (1318 15th Ave., Meridian). Unclutter your home this spring without the hassle of hosting your own sale. Sellers purchase parking spot, then bring items to be sold. You keep ALL your profits & we do ALL the advertising! 1 spot-$15 or 2 spots-$25. (Spot sizes are 21 ft x 8 feet)
Spot placement is first come, first served. Set-up begins at 6:00 am. Tables & chairs are NOT provided, but feel free to bring your own. You are responsible for removal of unsold items. Please bring your ticket with you Saturday morning as proof of purchase. There are only 60 spots, so get yours now!
Call (601) 938-7978 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase a spot.
Please remember to bring your donation items for Operation Christmas Child to our next meeting on Thursday, November 14. You can check with your discussion group leader for more details. Items should be appropriate for children ages 5-9 years. Our goal this year is 24 boxes! We will be packing the boxes after our meeting, so if you cannot attend, please arrange to drop off your items with your discussion group leader.
If you are also packing your own box with your family, please bring your packed box with $7 shipping included inside. Details on packing your own box are on the Samaritan’s Purse website here.
Used or damaged items; war-related items such as toy guns, knives or military figures; chocolate or food; out-of-date candy; liquids or lotions; medications or vitamins; breakable items such as snow globes or glass containers; aerosol cans.
Thank you to our speakers who offered ideas on Upcycling and Green Cleaning.
*Simply put, its using products that are safe and healthy for you and the environment.
*It is safer for you and your family and might clear up any health problems you might not even be aware of.
*Beware of supermarket products labeled “green” or “natural.” Remember they don’t have to label all ingredients. Keep it simple and try making your own cleaning supplies.
|Glass Cleaner||Windex 26 oz. $4.39||Homemade 26 oz. $0.35|
|Stain Remover||Oxi Clean 21.5 oz $5.49Spray N Wash 22 oz $3.99||Homemade 22 oz $2.41|
|Tub & Tile Cleaner||Lysol 24 oz $4.99||Homemade 24 oz $1.41|
|All Purpose Cleaner||409 32 oz $4.49Lysol 32 oz $4.49||Homemade 32 oz $0.19|
In a 16 spray bottle put vinegar, borax and hot water. Swish around until borax has dissolved. Add the drops of dish detergent and fill the rest of the bottle with water. Add the essential oil (I like using orange or lavender).
Join MOPS Moms for a fun night out without the kiddos! Please bring $8 cash which will include bowling and shoe rental. There will also be a snack bar available if you will wish Read More