There’s nothing quite like parenting tweens and teens.
As your children enter the tween and teen years, you journey into a whole new territory. Suddenly, all the wisdom you gained in the younger years is tested as you set boundaries, provide limits, and learn to let go. Join us for a space to connect, share ideas, and gain insight into parenting our teens with the hope that God offers.
Moms Connected meets five times a year, typically on the fourth Thursday of the month, from 9:15 – 11:15 am. Our mornings together include breakfast, an informative speaker presentation and a chance to share ideas and reflection around the tables with other moms in this important parenting stage.
Let’s step into this new season together at Moms Connected. We are preparing a place for you!
Our next Moms Connected session is January 26th!
Registration will be available in early January.
Childcare registration closes on the Friday before each session. Registration without childcare will close at the end of the day on the Tuesday before each session.
Walk-ins (without childcare) are always welcome!
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Past Moms Connected presentations are available for purchase for $3. To request one:
Events and Speakers
A Teen’s Reality: Understanding and Dealing with the Peer Pressure Our Teens Face
Thursday, January 26th
The desire and pressure to “fit in”, conform, and be accepted can be overwhelming. Pastor Sterling Moore will share how we strengthen our teens to withstand and respond to peer pressure on a daily basis and remain true to who God created them to be.
Raising Teens With Sound Minds
Thursday, February 23rd
In this age of greater anxiety and pervasive depression how do we promote sound emotional health in our teens? Come and hear Clinical Psychologist Matthew Hanlon, a specialist in anxiety and depression, share some of the best practices and helpful guidance pertaining to raising emotionally and spiritually healthy teens.
Fledge: When to Hold On and When to Let Go
Thursday, April 27th
Learning when to hold on and when to let go doesn’t begin fall of senior year. Brenda Yoder is an author, counselor, educator, and parent who equips parents with practical, biblical tools. She’ll help us know when to hold on and when to let go while keeping our faith and family intact.
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Dates & Times
Moms Connected meets five times from September through April, typically on the last Thursday of the month from 9:15-11:15 AM.
Childcare is available for kindergarten and younger. To secure a spot, please register
your child one week prior to the session. Doors open at 9:00 am.
$8 – Mom only
$10 – Mom and one child
$12 – Mom with two or more children
*If any of the fees prevent you from attending, please request a scholarship when registering.
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Moms Connected will meet in the Student Center at our South Street Campus, located at 2300 South Street, Geneva IL 60134.
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