We’re convinced that moms are some of the most powerful creatures on the planet. What is the word people use to define powerful things? It is ‘the mother’… the mother of all storms, the mother of all traffic, the mother lode. To be a mother is to be a force of nature, but that doesn’t mean it should be done alone. We saved you a seat.

2024-2025 Theme: Wild Hope


AM MomCo
9:00 – 11:00am on the second Thursday of the month, September through May.
Please note: January 2025 meetup is on the third Thursday.

PM MomCo
7:00 – 9:00pm on the second Thursday of the month, September through May.
Please note: January 2025 meetup is on the third Thursday.


Brandywine Valley Church


The regular cost is $75 for 2024-2025. We are offering an early-bird discount price of $65 for moms who register through June 30, 2024.

MomCo logo. A capital M with a dot on the end of the left leg of the M. Under the logo it says: The MomCo.

MomCo 2024-2025 Meetups

  • September 12, 2024
  • October 10, 2024
  • November 14, 2024
  • December 12, 2024
  • January 16, 2025
  • February 13, 2025
  • March 13, 2025
  • April 10, 2025
  • May 8, 2025

Frequently Asked Questions

Is childcare available during these sessions?

Childcare is provided for children ages birth through Kindergarten during AM MomCo. Limited space is also available for older homeschool children on a first come basis. There is no childcare provided for PM MomCo.

Can I volunteer for MomCo?

Volunteers serve during AM MomCo 8:45am – 11:15am providing childcare for the children (ages infant to 6 years old) of the moms attending the MomCo program. Volunteers are responsible for watching the children assigned to their age-specific room, serving a light snack and diaper changes/bathroom breaks, if needed. A current background check must be on file for all volunteers. If you do not have a background check on file, download and complete the form. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Debbie Stem or Meri Wheeler.

What Moms Say

Cheryl J.

Although I consider myself an outgoing person, I find myself more hesitant within mom groups but I am very glad I made the first step in at least attending MOPS/MomCo. My first MOPS/MomCo group really took me under their wing surrounding me with love, friendship, community and drew me in, even when I felt out of place. It has given me the support, connection and laughter that I needed as a new mom.

Erin B.

I look forward to MOPS/MomCo each month. I love sharing breakfast, fun and faith with friends. I know my children are safe and having fun with the childcare provided.

Joni Y.

I joined MOPS/MomCo because I was going through a difficult time as a single mom and needed a place to belong and have something to look forward to while I was healing. I continued in MOPS/MomCo because of the connections I made with other moms that I now call friends. It has been a safe, supportive space where I can share my life and grow along the way.

Rossana A.

MOPS/MomCo is important to me because I got to know friends when I was new to the state. The friends I have thru MOPS/MomCo were a huge support system when my son was in the hospital.
MOPS gave me and my kids the space to grow in a safe environment with God as a guide.