We offer a variety of activities that help women connect at NorthRidge.

If you're interested in making new and lasting friendships, deepening your relationship with Christ, and reaching out to others around you... then check out the tabs below. There's plenty to choose from, so sign up today to get started!


Fall Bible Studies

Tuesdays through November 10th // AM: 9:30a // PM: 6:30p

Seamless by Angie Smith (7 weeks)
Seamless covers the people, places, and promises of the Bible, tying them together into the greater story of Scripture. Participants will gain an overarching understanding of the fundamental layout and meaning of God’s Word. Each week of study features key information that ties all of scripture together into the seamless truth of the gospel message and is accompanied by maps, general Bible facts, and word studies. Offered at Plymouth AM & PM, Grosse Ile PM, Brighton and Saline. *20 & 30 somethings will be participating in this Study

Power of God’s Names by Tony Evans (6 weeks)
Because of God’s depth of character, He has a variety of names to reflect His different capacities of relating to humanity. God is called Elohim when referenced as the all-powerful Creator. When you need provision, get to know the name Jehovah Jireh, which means God, the Provider. God has a name for any and every situation that you can find yourself in. Get to know the names of God through this six-session study because it is in knowing His character and His capacity that you will rest and discover both peace and power in His covenant care. Offered at Plymouth AM & PM and Grosse Ile AM.

Discerning the Voice of God by Priscilla Shirer (7 weeks)
Having a hard time knowing what God is saying versus what others are saying? This Bible study is designed to help you know the voice of God: His language, character, and tone of voice. By growing closer to God through His Word, participants will be able to discern God’s voice from the voice of strangers. Offered at Plymouth AM & PM, Grosse Ile PM and Brighton.

Revelation by Beth Moore (11 weeks)
Here and Now…There and Then by Beth Moore is a lecture series on the book of Revelation. Beth presents many points of view, allowing women to decide for themselves when the interpretation varies among scholars. She teaches that God is as specific about what He does reveal as He is about what He does not reveal. Offered at Brighton.

Truly Fed: Finding Freedom from Disordered Eating (CARE GROUP) by Gari Meacham
Many of us struggle with poor eating habits and some of us find ourselves trapped in patterns of destructive behaviors that can range from yo-yo dieting to extreme calorie restriction or food binges. Indeed, for some of us, food has become a modern day anesthesia; numbing, dictating, distracting and ultimately enslaving, and yet God has a better plan! A plan for Freedom! With solid biblical wisdom, Truly Fed challenges women to be set free from their destructive relationships with food and to understand and embrace nourishment the way that God intended. Come and journey with us and learn how to be Truly Fed by the only One that can truly satisfy. Offered at Plymouth AM & PM.
Group is FULL and is closed to new participants at this time. A new group will be offered on Monday nights as part of Care Ministries beginning January 11, 2016.

Online registration is now closed for all campuses. Walk in registrations are still welcomed.



We welcome moms of preschool children (pregnancy-through Kindergarten)…urban, suburban and rural moms, stay-at-home and working moms, teen, single and married moms… all moms who share a similar desire to be the very best moms they can be!

For you shall go out in joy and be led forth in peace; the mountains and the hills before you shall break forth into singing, and all the trees of the field shall clap their hands. Isaiah 55:12

Sometimes we need new eyes. A perspective shift that recalibrates our hearts to the rhythm of God’s goodness surrounding us. To tune our hearts to better hear the music of the divine echoing throughout this world. That we might let that goodness seep into our bones and into our hearts so we can remember what it feels like to flourish.

We think flourishing looks a lot like:

Celebrating Lavishly: Celebrating breathes life into our days. Could it be that commemorating moments might help us to become more alive, to remember what is good and become masterful at recognizing it? How would life change to regularly invite friends into our stolen moments with uninhibited dancing and the best food, while gathered around the biggest table with the deepest conversations? Lavish celebrations can be sacred markers that help remind us who we are.

Embracing Rest: Perhaps it is time to let go of exhaustion as a status symbol and productivity as a measure of worth. What if one of the most life-giving activities that would contribute to our flourishing is welcoming rhythms of rest and play into our lives? Creating healthy rhythms in our life is one way we nourish the weary spots in our soul.

Noticing Goodness: Could it be possible that we don’t need new things but rather new eyes to see what we already have? What if we regained our sense of vision, an acute resolve to find hope in the cracks and mire of the mundane? Noticing what is good gives us the gift of perspective and reminds us the sacred is closer than we think.

We become more ourselves when we celebrate, rest and notice, and that looks a lot like flourishing. But this flourishing isn’t the precious or exhausting kind. This is a fierce flourishing. It is a deep-in-your-guts experience of gratitude and hope compelling you to raise your hands and dance freer than you ever have before. It is a fierce protection of your most important moments, an invitation to rest and an opportunity to enjoy the people who are right in front of you.

This year at MOPS, may we become a home for found wanderers, redeemed prisoners, explorers at the edge of their comfort – all of us who were one-time captives now celebrating our unearned freedom, because we have regained the eyes to see. May this year unfold into radical expressions of your own unique Fierce Flourishing.

• September-May, every other Thursday
• Dates: 11/5, 11/19, 12/17, 1/7, 1/21, 2/4, 2/18, 3/3, 3/17, 4/7, 4/21, 5/5, 5/19
• Morning Session: 9:15-11:30a (Childcare provided) // Evening Session: 7-9p, both sessions at NorthRidge Plymouth

Children Enjoy Coming Too!
The MOPPETS Program (available during the morning session) is designed to be a safe, loving and creative place where your children can have fun while you receive a needed break. The dedicated MOPPETS workers provide individual attention to each child during the MOPS meeting.

Fees & Dues
There is an initial annual fee of $24.95 for registration which goes to MOPS International for your membership. Additionally, a fee of $20 is due each semester (Fall & Winter) to cover the MOP meeting. Price goes up from $20 to $25 on Sept 1 and Jan 1!

Our MOPS group is a ministry of NorthRidge Church. MOPS International is a non-profit organization. Registration is required for you and your child(ren).

Morning Registration Evening Registration Questions? Contact MOPS



Looking for a place to connect with other home school families? Whether you’re new to homeschooling, thinking of homeschooling or a seasoned veteran, this is the place for you! One of our main goals is to build authentic relationships with one another as we journey down the homeschool path.

The mission of NorthRidge Church is to “Wake the World Up to Jesus. Show them His love. Tell them His truth. Involve them.” We’re excited to live out this mission as homeschool families connected through this amazing church family! Please join us as we meet for monthly educational outings, mom’s nights and get to know each other along the way. NorthRidge Church membership is not required.

Events: Our monthly educational outings are scheduled on various days and times during the months of August – June. We’re excited to announce a great line-up of encouraging parent’s and mom’s nights over the course of the year! Our family picnics take place at the beginning and end of the traditional school year (September and June).

November Outing: Michigan Science Center — November 11 Register
November Mom’s Night Out: “Local Panera Meet Up” — Thursday, November 19

January Outing: The Animal Guy in 1201 — Wednesday, January. 20, 2016 @ 10a, 1p & 3p

February Outing: St. Joseph Mercy Health Exploration Station — TBD
Homeschool Speaker in 1201 — Friday February 19, 6-9:30p

March Outing: Jiffy Mix Factory Tour — TBD

April Mom’s Day: Scavenger Hunt — Saturday, April 16
April Outing: Legoland — TBD

May Outing: U of M Museum of Natural History — TBD
“Curriculum Share” in 1201 — Wednesday, May 18, 6-9:30p

June Outing: Real Life Farm — TBD
Family Picnic on the Patio & in the Cafe (if needed) — Friday, June 17 or June 24, 5:30-9:30p

For more information on how to get involved with the Homeschool Connection community, register for free and find instructions in your confirmation email. click here