Who we are
We are Episcopal Church women of all ages, ethnic origins and socioeconomic backgrouns who hold a variety of views. However, our common denominator is our love of God and the desire to do his work.
Centered in congregations, the Episcopal Church Women (ECW) empower women to do Christ's ministry in the world.
Our vision for all womn of the Episcopal church is that we become a vibrant blend of all ages, coming together as a peacemaking, healing part of the church. We aspire to be a God spark - shining and sharing the love of Christ.
Episcopal Church Women's Prayer
Almighty God, we pray that You will bless our work in mission and ministry in the world. Help us to pray fervently, labor diligently and give liberally to make known the power of your love given through your son Jesus. Let us not forget the lessons from the past nor fear the challenges of the future. Anoint us with your grace and shine in our hearts as we reflect your light throughout the world. Amen.
Diocesan ECW Board Members
Helen Sharpe-Williams, President
Laura L. Manigault, First Vice President
Louise Boss, Second Vice President
Kathy Haney, Recording Secretary
Tia Morings, Corresponding Secretary
Betty Mariner, Treasurer
Nancy Smith, Communication Chair
Sandra Garner, Student Work Chair
Andrea Morgan, Prayer & Worship Chair
Deborah Austin, Church Periodical Club Director
Ronda Toll, United Thank Offering Coordinator
Barbara E. Taylor, Historian
Deborah Austin, Nominating Committee Chair
Anne Fowler, Daughters of the King
Susan Broaddus, Women to Women
I Eastern Shore - Gabrielle LeVecque
II Virginia Beach - Vacant
III Norfolk - Grace Martino-Strid
IV Suffolk - Deborah Austin
V Jamestown - Vacant
VI Petersburg - Becky Winn
VII South Richmond - Vacant
VIII Farmville - Dr. Angela M. Parker
IX Danville - Lucretia (Lu) Sullivan