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!


Women’s Winter Groups
TUESDAYS / AM 9:30-11:30 / PM 6:30-8:30 

This semester, we are offering a variety of studies. We hope that you will find one that interests you, and get plugged in with other women!

“What Love Is” by Kelly Minter (Jan 20-Mar 3)
The letters of 1, 2 & 3 John were written to encourage followers of Jesus to remain faithful to the truth. Believers are challenged to look at contrasting themes such as walking in the light instead of darkness, truth versus lies and deception, loving God more than loving the world, and the meaning of true fellowship and community rather than shallowness. This study reveals not only the heart of John but also the heart of Jesus. (Offered in Plymouth AM/PM, 20/30 Something Group Plymouth PM | Grosse Ile PM)

Starting Point (Jan 20-Mar 3)
Starting Point is an experience to explore faith and pursue God in a conversational setting. Starting Point is for you if you are: Asking sincere questions about life and God, looking for a clearer view of what it means to be a Christian, starting or returning a relationship with God or interested in pursuing God, but not sure how. (Offered in Plymouth AM/PM)

Mothers Group (Jan 20-Mar 3)
Did you know that NorthRidge offers another opportunity for moms to get together? MP3 (Moms: Praying, Preparing, Pursuing for the next generation) meets for seven weeks through March 3. Childcare is provided for a minimal fee. For this session, we will be doing a book study on “Love and Respect in the Family” by Dr. Emerson Eggrichs as well as have several speakers talk directly on this subject. (Offered in Plymouth AM)

Plymouth – AM Session | PM Session
Brighton (Groups Start Jan 27) – PM Session
Grosse Ile – PM Session
Saline – PM Session



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!

“But forget all that–it is nothing compared to what I am going to do. For I am about to do something new. See, I have already begun! Do you not see it? I will make a pathway through the wilderness. I will create rivers in the dry wasteland.” Isaiah 43:18-19 (New Living Translation)

At any given moment in our lives each of us has conversations we’ve been putting off, reasonable risks we’ve been avoiding, or goals we want to achieve. Yet often times the more significant an action feels the easier it is to put it off. We get distracted from the big decisions by the immediate needs of the day. What all of us seem to have in common is that we need a nudge, a nudge to help us get out of our ruts and routines so that we can begin risking bravely.

At MOPS we believe that you were meant to live deeply and so we have created this year’s theme to inspire you to choose the extraordinary. Be you, Bravely is designed to help us focus on making the choices that could create the most good in our lives, help us to step into healthy risk and to do it in the context of community where we can cheer one another on.

Sometimes, good people wait patiently for God to intervene when what He is wanting is for us to act bravely and do something. Being a follower of Jesus calls for courage. The journey feels unexpected and unconventional. It requires bravely playing hide and seek in the dark, confronting the fears that scare us and holding the hand of a Redeemer-Guide who calls us to courageous acts of risk and trust. It means coloring outside of the lines. Dreaming bigger than we ever have before and getting swept up into the plans of a God who leaves us breathless with wonder.

It takes courage to ask brave questions and even more courage to search for the answers. We are so excited to journey alongside you this year as we ask one another what it means to “Be you, Bravely”.

Join us!
• September-May, every other Thursday
• Morning Session: 9:15-11:30a (Childcare provided) // Evening Session: 7-9p, both sessions at NorthRidge Plymouth

March 5 & 19
April 9 & 23, May 7 & 21

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 $23.95 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. Teach 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).

Calendar of Events

• March 19 – Mom’s Night, Painting with a Twist
• March 25 – Schoolcraft Music Concert
• April 15 – Henry Ford Museum
• May Event (TBD) – Toledo Zoo
• May 6 – Mom’s Night, Sharing Curriculum and Cuisine
• June 3 – Real Life Working Farm
• June 26 – Family Picnic

*This schedule may change on occasion and dates filled in as outing details are confirmed. Check back often for the most up-to-date information.

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