Friendship and support comes through shared experiences. We’ve rounded up where to find your group!
New in town, or just feeling the need to connect with other moms who can share what you’re going through as you raise your kids? Join a mom group! Nothing beats a handful of moms (hey, dads, you’re welcome, too) navigating the challenges of infancy and childhood together.
Check out these local mom groups, and find more in our online directory!
Moms Offering Moms Support is an international organization designed for at-home mothers. Find the international website at momsclub.org.
MOMS Club of Fort Thomas
Potential members may send an e-mail for information about joining.
MOMS Club of Hebron
Potential new members should send an e-mail for info about the club, calendars and a membership packet. Dues are $20 per year.
MOMS Club of Fairfield
Visit the website to download a New Membership Application or send them an e-mail.
MOMS Club of Liberty Township
Send an e-mail for new member information and to contact the club directly.
MOMS Club of Morrow/Maineville
Gather with other moms for get-togethers, holiday parties, fundraisers to support local needs and more.
MOMS Club of West Chester
Must be a West Chester resident to be a member.
Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) is a non-denominational Christian organization for mothers of children younger than school age. Find their international website at mops.org.
Anderson Hills MOPS and MOMSnext
Meets the second Thursday of each month, September through May. MOMSnext meets the third Tuesday of each month, September through May.
Faith Church, 5910 Price Road, Milford
Potential new members are invited to send an e-mail about registration. Meets the second Wednesday of the month, September through May.
MOPS at First Baptist Church Hamilton
1501 Pyramid Hill Blvd., Hamilton
Meets the third Tuesday of each month, September through May.
Good Shepherd MOPS
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 7701 Kenwood Road
Meets the second Tuesday of each month, September through May. Childcare is available so that moms may enjoy dinner, social time, speakers, devotions and more.
Montgomery Community Church
11251 Montgomery Road
Send an e-mail for information on how to join.
MOPS of Faith Fellowship Church
Offering both MOPS gatherings, and MOMSnext, which serves mothers of school-age kids.
Florence United Methodist MOPS
Regular meetings from September through May include brunch, activities and social time for moms and their little ones.
Hope Church MOPS
4934 Western Row Road, Mason
Please send an e-mail for new member information.
King of Kings MOPS
King of Kings Church
3621 Socialville-Foster Road, Mason
This group is comprised of mothers who are pregnant to mothers of Kindergartners and meets on the first and third Thursday of the month, September through May.
Prince of Peace MOPS (POP MOPS)
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
101 South Lebanon Road, Loveland
Meets the second Thursday of each month, September through May (childcare is available).
Sycamore Presbyterian MOPS
11800 Mason Road
Meets the second Wednesday of each month, September through May. Daycare is provided.
MULTIPLES & OTHER PARENT GROUPS
A support group for families of higher order multiples (triplets or more) from Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana.
A group of moms on the east side that offers playgroups, Moms’ Night Out, kids’ activities, support and more. Potential members are invited to send an e-mail.
Eastern Hills Mothers of Twins and More (EHMOTC)
Mothers of multiples and those expecting multiples may fill out a form to join EHMOTC at the website.
Potential members may contact Montgomery Moms via the website or e-mail address. Fee and membership form located on the site — membership is restricted to the zip codes included in the Sycamore School District, and the year runs August through May.
MOMSnext at Mason United Methodist Church
6315 S. Mason-Montgomery Road
For moms who have at least one child in first grade through high school. Meets the first Tuesday of each month, September through May — accepting registrations for the 2016 – 2017 program in May.
Northern Kentucky Mothers of Multiples
A local group with more than 150 members dedicated to the support of families expecting or raising twins, triplets and more.