Wed, Feb 22|
First Presbyterian Bend
Intentional Motherhood Circles (Winter-Spring 2023, Mornings)
An intentional time of gathering together to reflect, share and connect with other mothers on this journey.
Time & Location
Feb 22, 2023, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PST
First Presbyterian Bend, 230 NE 9th St, Bend, OR 97701, USA
About The Event
Winter-Spring 2023 Sesion (6 Meetings Total)
Dates: Meets every two weeks on Wednesdays at 10AM-11AM - Feb. 22; March 8 & 22; April 19; May 3 & 17. **Please note - there is no meeting on Wednesday, April 5th**
We will pick back up our bi-weekly motherhood circles on Wednesday, February 22nd. A reflection is sent out a few days before our gathering. We will be meeting inside First Presbyterian church in the first meeting room to the right, the Wonder Room.
Children preschool and younger are welcome at this gathering. We meet in a classroom with many materials children can engage in while parents meet. We understand that many mothers do not have childcare during the day for a variety of reasons and we want to make this time as accessible as possible. We embrace the noise, understand there will be distractions from the conversation at times and welcome our children as teachers in our presence. You are invited to make the choice best suited for your own and your family's needs, whether that is bringing your child(ren) with you or making other arrangements for their care during our gathering time.
**Please only RSVP if you are able to commit to the full session. We understand that things come up and you might miss a gathering or two, but there is always a waiting list so we ask that you don't take up a spot another mother could benefit from if you think you will miss more than two gatherings.
If you are interested in facilitating your own circle and are looking for resources to do so, please reach out to Becca Ellis at firstname.lastname@example.org If this time doesn't work for you, but you would like to be a part of a circle, please reach out and let Becca know what times work better - you might not be the only one!