HUGS for Moms
HUGS is Humor, Understanding, Growth, and Support
for mothers and grandmothers of all ages.
Wednesdays, 9 – 11:15 a.m. in Room 132 or as noted
Our meetings are designed for busy women on the go, so there is little homework, but always great discussions! Even when we schedule a multi-week series, each week runs independently of the others, so you can join when you can without feeling like you are missing something. We also plan a few evening events so that our working moms can still plug into HUGS fellowship. Each quarter we participate in a service project that speaks to our Momma hearts. We try to select opportunities that allow our kids to join us. Check the Evangel (church newsletter) for more information.
HUGS observes the Rochester Community School calendar. When schools are closed for vacation or inclement weather, HUGS will not meet.
* Childcare available by reservation. To reserve childcare, use the HUGS reservation signup at least 3 business days prior to class.
See the Calendar for current program information.
Childcare Reservations To reserve childcare, use the HUGS reservation signup.
St. Paul’s United Methodist Church
620 Romeo Street
Rochester, MI 48307
Church Office: 248-651-9361
Childcare Reservations: (248) 651-9361, ext. 114
Email your prayer requests to UWF@stpaulsrochester.org.
HUGS Directory The directory for HUGS Mothers’ Group is now available. Contact the office to ask for one.
Coordinator: Sue Evans
Advisory Board: Sue Evans, Tracy Conlon, Katie Driscoll, Amy Lundquist and Kathy Lutey
Communications Liaison & Social Networking: Steph Walker
Finance: open position
Directory: Tracy Conlon & Amy Lundquist
Hospitality: Tracy Conlon
Girls Night Out: Michelle Grundhofer
Webpage: Debbie Kelly
Office: 248-651-9361 Ext. 106
A Community of Moms
A Neighborhood of Women
A Circle of Faith, Fellowship, and Friends together, bringing light and JOY to all those around us.
“And we give God the praise and glory for who we are as individuals, and who we are collectively in this very special circle of love together.” – Jeanne Gable