porch views

A Letter from our President, Beth N. Marriott

Dear friends of Porch Lights Ministry, It is with great joy that I begin 2024 as the new President of Porch Lights Ministry. I know that God created this ministry for the women of Richmond 10 years ago and it has been a beautiful ministry that brings women together from all over Richmond to experience community, to hear amazing Christian speakers, and to be encouraged by God’s love. For 2024, we are planning a wonderful spring event on May 2-3, featuring Christian Artist and Philanthropist, Anne Neilson. We are also planning a Porch Party in February and three Porch Parties

By |Categories: From Our Porch|

A Letter from our President, Donna Davis

Dear Friends, I am writing to let you know that I will retire as President of Porch Lights, Inc. at the end of this year. I am profoundly grateful for the calling and opportunity to lead Changing Seasons and now Porch Lights for almost 10 years. There is never a perfect time for this type of transition, but now is the right time. I am comforted that God has helped me to know that and I’ve been reminded of this beautiful hymn, Hymn of Promise. It’s been a whirlwind of a decade and truly a blessing to lead this ministry with

By |Categories: From Our Porch|

Thankful for Community

As the story goes, the First Thanksgiving was a feast to celebrate God’s provision of food and friends to the early Pilgrims.  After suffering a debilitating first winter, the Pilgrims gave thanks for the bountiful harvest which was made possible from the relationship they developed with the Native American Wampanoag tribe. Without community efforts the Pilgrims may not have survived another winter.

By |Categories: Featured|

Patty’s Hope, Richmond’s Hope

In this blog post, Porch Lights Board Member Anne Smith sits down with Leila Gunning, co-founder of Patty’s Hope. Patty’s Hope is an openly Christian organization that walks alongside mothers whose children are in the foster system. This ministry gives hope not only to those directly impacted but also for our greater city and community.

By |Categories: Featured|
Join Our Mailing List

Social Links

Go to Top