Dogwood Mom2Mom is a wonderful place where young moms gather each Thursday and receive love and support and mentoring from moms who are a little older and farther down the road of life.

From early September until the end of April, Mom2Mom meets in the Quest (Children’s Building) at Dogwood Church each Thursday morning 9:30 – 11:30.  We begin with a full breakfast each week, encouraging moms to visit around the tables, followed by a teaching time for the large group.  Teaching is provided by M2M leaders, guest speakers and excellent DVD materials.  The subjects covered all relate to how moms can become their best and find joy and contentment with themselves and as wives and mothers.  Subjects covered include understanding the impact of birth order and personality types in the family, teaching children discipline and self-control, handling sibling rivalry, raising godly children in an ungodly culture, marriage and family issues, and many more.

M2M is not a Bible study but is a true mentoring ministry – doing life together and helping each other along the way.  However, everything we do and teach is based on Biblical truth and it is our greatest joy when we can help moms come to know Jesus personally and/or grow in relationship with Him.

After teaching time each week, we have an hour in small group time, where a mentor-mom facilitates discussion on the subject of the day and leads the moms in her group to help and encourage each other.  Small groups are formed according to the ages of children and ages of moms, in hopes that they are with others facing similar stages of life and challenges.

While Thursday morning participation is the main thing, other activities are a part of M2M each year.  Bunco parties, lunches together, one-on-one visits, Barn party and Christmas get-togethers are just a few of the other opportunities that are a part of M2M.

At each year’s end we ask moms to evaluate the year and tell us what we can do better in the future. Their input helps determine plans for the following year.  One thing stays constant every year:  Moms join M2M primarily for two reasons – they are looking to find good friends and they want help in becoming a good mom.  Our goal is to help meet these needs in the best ways possible every year!


  • Mom2Mom is for moms of children from age six weeks through elementary school.
  • The cost of M2M is $55 for the year. From April 1-30 Early Bird Registration is available for $45.
  • Childcare is available onsite for moms who need it. Children are in the same building with excellent childcare workers; children are not with the moms.  Cost for childcare is $60 per family per semester.  Childcare is available for children six weeks through pre-K.  Limited space is available for home school students.
  • M2M 2019-2020 will begin on September 5, 2019 and will conclude on April 30, 2020.
  • If M2M does not fill up during the summer, we will have a preview day, A Taste of M2M, on August 22, 2019. If we are full, we will not have Taste.
  • 115 is the maximum we have space for in M2M. Register early, starting 4/1/19 to get a spot.

Check the Dogwood Mom 2 Mom page for more insights into M2M.

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Dogwood Women – Beth Moore Living Proof Live Event

28 Sep 2019 | 07:45 am - 07:45 am
When: Saturday, September 28th Location: First Baptist Church, Woodstock, GA Cost: $63 (reserved group seating included) Spots are limited, so be sure to sign up today! Schedule: * Note – Beth Moore will be at the event in person!* Meet at Dogwood Worship Center Parking lot as 7:30a.m
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Mom 2 Mom Registration Sept. 5, 2019- Apr. 30, 2020

20 Sep 2019 - 30 Apr 2020 | 09:30 am - 11:30 am
WHEN: THURSDAYS, 9:30 am – 11:30 am, Sept 5, 2019- April 30, 2020 WHERE: Meets in The Quest (Children’s building) at Dogwood Church 975 Hwy. 74 N.  Tyrone 30290 (between Peachtree Pkwy. & Dogwood Trail). WHO: MOM & CHILDREN. Childcare provided for 6 weeks through pre-K children.
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