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Mom's Club of Fairfield-South, CT
45 Split Rock Rd, Southport, CT 06890

The Moms Club of Fairfield-South, CT is a support and service group for stay-at-home moms and their children andMore offers daytime activities that include trips to parks, arts and crafts and play groups.

The Moms Club of Fairfield-South, CT is a chapter of the International Moms Club (Moms Offering Moms Support,) which is a non-profit, non-denominational organization for stay-at-home mothers and their children.

The Moms Club of Fairfield-South CT is open to stay-at-home mothers and their children in the Mill Hill, Sherman, McKinley and Dwight elementary school districts and offers weekly activities that include trips to parks; field trips to museums and zoos; arts and crafts activities; storytimes; play groups; blueberry, strawberry, apple and pumpkin picking; picnics; tours of police departments and fire departments; and breakfast and lunch dates.

The club is also involved in community outreach and has collected and donated food and toys during the holidays, donated clothing and raised money for local and international charities.

First Presbyterian Church of Fairfield
2475 Easton Tpke, Fairfield, CT 06825

First Presbyterian Church of Fairfield was established in 1853 and was originally in Bridgeport, until the state ofMore Connecticut purchased the church building as part of its land acquisition program for the construction of Route 25 through Bridgeport. The church moved to its current site in 1965; the first complete service of worship in the church's new building on Easton Turnpike took place on March 21, 1965.

First Presbyterian Church of Fairfield's mission statement is to lead people to a deeper commitment of faith in God and fellowship with one another through Jesus Christ; to seek the empowerment of the Holy Spirit; to broaden the use of God-given talents, time and resources; to advance the mission outreach of the congregation and works of the church.

Missions of the church include sharing its facilities with Wakeman Boys & Girls Club for afterschool programs, Habitat for Humanity, Operation Hope, Covenant to Care, and many other charities and organizations. The church also has a nursery school that serves children from 3 years old through pre-kindergarten, as well as a summer program open to children of those ages.

Services are held at 10 a.m. Sunday, and church school and child care are at the same time.

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