We are just so thrilled to welcome you to our new porch!

As previously announced, seasons have changed for us and we are now a fully independent women’s ministry with a new name and new look! Porch Lights, Inc. provides opportunities for women to invite friends, neighbors, and co-workers to events to hear Christian speakers who share on topics relevant to everyday life, and to be renewed by God’s love.

We are excited to welcome Nicole Unice as our first Porch Lights speaker! Yes, a Richmond lady!! Nicole will lead us in a fabulous time of fellowship and inspiration! We can’t wait to gather together on May 7 and 8! Please check out all the details on our events page, or reserve tickets here.

We are also pleased to welcome you to our new Instagram page, @porchlightsRVA! @porchlightsRVA will be highlighting the best Richmond has to offer— its powerful, faithful, inspired, Godly women! We will interview and get to know our very own female entrepreneurs, business women, artists and volunteers. @porchlightsRVA will also encourage women of Richmond through stories of how the light of Christ is shining throughout our city. Keep an eye out for our upcoming interviews with some of these women.

We welcome community voices and views from all across Richmond’s porches. If you want to nominate someone to be featured, or have an encouraging story to share, please don’t hesitate to connect with us! We want to know the view from your porch, please don’t be a stranger!

Another exciting change is our newsletter/blog: Porch Views! Porch Views is a blog that will give readers a snapshot of the “view from our porch.” It will focus on the aerial view of what’s happening in Richmond and how Christ’s light is stirring the hearts of women.

Porches, ever so common in historic Richmond, are a place of welcome, resting, connecting, and community. It is our hope to be a porch on which women in Richmond gather in the light of Christ, for He is our porch light. Porch Lights aspires to be a place where the light of Christ shines brightly and beckons all to seek refuge, comfort, peace and community.

We would like to be the “porch” that welcomes you to the door of Christ’s home.
I cannot think of a higher privilege than to help make a home for Christ in the hearts of the women of Richmond. We hope you find our “porch” to be inviting, refreshing, inspiring, and delightful.

So please, come sit a spell, and enjoy a visit with us on “our porch.”

With love,