Washington DC Area Women's Ministries - CU Resources #22

Business & Professional Women's Guild
National Presbyterian Church
4101 Nebraska Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20016
(202) 537-0800
First Saturdays at 11:45am, October through June, in Stone Hall. BPWG is an organization whose members seek to grow in Christian faith and fellowship through prayer, study, and participation in a comprehensive program of Christian service. Fellowship begins at 11:45 a.m., a buffet luncheon in served at noon, followed by the Guild’s program at 1 pm. Please call church for details.

Ladies Of Vision and Empowerment
Mount Airy Baptist Church
1100 North Capitol Street NW, Washington, DC 20002
(202) 789-0640
To establish unity and spiritual growth in an atmosphere of friendship and love among the women of the Mount Airy Baptist Church.

Moravian Women's Fellowship
Faith Moravian Church of the Nation's Capitol
405 Riggs Road, N.E. Washington, D.C. 20011
(202) 635-9012
Moravian Women seek to facilitate the women of all congregations to more fully become the people God intends. The organization is formed to accomplish what can be done better by community than by individuals and to facilitate each woman’s answer to God’s call. Please call church for details.

Women's Ministries
Bethesda Baptist Church
1808 Capital Avenue NE, Washington DC 20002
(202) 635-2883
Engages in a diversified program for women, with a view to the spiritual growth and development of the individual believer and to the church. Meets on the fourth Saturday of every month for prayer meeting at 9:00 a.m. All women are automatically members of the Women's Ministry by virtue of their membership in the church.

Women's Ministries
Nineteenth Street Baptist Church
4606 16th Street N.W (not a typo)
Washington, DC 20011
(202) 829-2773
Second Wednesdays at 6:30pm. Our meetings bring women together in various ways to help them develop deeper relationships with Christ. Central to that mission is prayerful thinking, the study of the scripture and Christian fellowship. Please call church for details.

Women's Ministry
Grace Covenant Church
707 7th St. NW, Washington, DC 20001
PO Box 50202, Washington, DC 20091
(202) 832-3330
At Grace Covenant Church of DC the women are engaged in discipleship (spiritual mentoring), growing in current friendships, and inviting others into new relationships. No woman is an island and at GCC there are opportunities through small groups and women's events to fit into the family as you desire. For more info, please contact Marianne Jones at me-jones@hotmail.com .

Women's Ministry
Paramount Baptist Church
3924 4th Street SE, Washington, DC 20032
(202) 562-6339
The Paramount Baptist Church Women’s Ministry embodies strong, Christian women helping women to nurture their spirituality, their prayer life and a relationship with God. The Ministry fellowships with our sisters of the church and community with the Annual Ladies Night Out and the periodic Women's Ministry Book Club readings and discussions. The Ministry also mentors to the needs of the young girls and young ladies of the church and community to encourage their growth to spiritual maturity and to encourage them to serve others. We provide opportunities for ministry in the community with assistance in various programs and activities such as SHARE program, Outreach and Homebound Ministries.

Women's Ministry
Zion Baptist Church
4850 Blagden Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20011
(202) 722-4940

Monday after the first Sunday at 6:30pm. The mission is for every female, teen and adult to become an active member using her talents to do God’s will and to do His work. The women have adopted the colors of green and white to keep us mindful to remain fresh, alive, and always ready to grow in wisdom and in stature. The objective is prayerful thinking, study of the scripture, and Christian fellowship.

Women's Prayer Breakfasts
Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church
201 4th Street SE, Washington, DC 20003
(202) 547-8676
Saturdays at 9am. Please call church for details.

ChristUnite.com, a website connecting people to ministries that help to strengthen a relationship with Christ, is shutting down in February 2011. The site’s owner has allowed others to distribute its very helpful information, including the DC area’s regional page. CU's information is not comprehensive, but it is substantial. The DC regional page is posted, with minor changes, on TCDC in this series.