The Women’s Ministry seeks to disciple women in the Word of God to his glory. We pursue this call in study, fellowship, cultivating friendships, and reaching our neighbors for Christ. We invite you to explore the opportunities below.

Christmas Dessert

Thursday, December 8

7:30–9:00 p.m. • Upper Room 

Women's Ministry invites you to join us for our annual Christmas Dessert as author Susan Yates speaks on “Finding Peace in a Season of Uncertainty." We will also sing carols, decorate centerpieces, and enjoy some holiday fun! Cost is $10. Invite your friends and neighbors and register today.

Weekly Bible Studies

Generation-to-Generation (G2G)

The fall session runs September 7 through November 16 with winter and spring 2023 sessions to follow.


"I & 2 Thessalonians, Living in the End Times"
by John Stott

Taught by our Women's Ministry teaching team along with pastors from Fourth.


"These Truths Alone, Why the Reformation Solas Are Essential for Our Faith Today"
by Jason Helopoulos

Taught by Dr. Scott Redd, president of Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington DC campus, and member of Fourth.


"Matthew , Making Disciples for the Nations, Volume 1" (Chapters 1-13)
by Jon Nielson & Daniel Doriani

Taught by our women's ministry teaching team along with pastors from Fourth.


Note: The teaching component to our study will occur in person on Wednesday mornings; then, audio recordings are made available and discussed the following Monday and Thursday evenings.

Wednesday Mornings, 9:30–11:30 a.m.

Starts September 7. Held at Fourth with G3 nursery and preschool programs. Cost of $50 (plus $75 per child for G3) covers fall, winter, and spring sessions.

Monday Evenings, 7:30–8:30 p.m.

Starts September 12. Meets in a church member's home in Kensington/Wheaton. Cost is $20 for the fall, winter, and spring sessions.

Online (via Zoom)

Thursday Evenings, 8:00–9:00 p.m.

Starts September 15. Cost is $20 for the fall, winter, and spring sessions.

Monthly Groups

Circle Study for the Year

"Aging with Grace: Flourishing in an Anti-Aging Culture" by Sharon W. Betters and Susan Hunt
Don't be fooled by the title! This book will be a blessing to any woman alive, whatever her season of life. It will help younger women be prepared as cultural ideals glorifying youth take center stage. The authors remind us that God has equipped us to flourish — to live in the transforming power and beauty of his grace in every season. Books can be purchased at the first circle meeting.

Circle Location & Meeting Time

  • Bethesda/Potomac - "Rebekah" | Third Monday of the month, 7:00 p.m.
  • Bethesda/Potomac - "Martha" | Second Monday of the month, 7:15 p.m.
  • Silver Spring - "Esther" | Third Wednesday of the month, 1:00 p.m.
  • Gaithersburg/Germantown/Frederick - "Mary" | Third Saturday of the month, 10:00 a.m.

For more information or to join a circle, email

The Women's Council

Fourth Presbyterian Church's Women's Council was established in 2013 and is made up of 10–12 women who commit to lead, love, and pray for the women of Fourth. The group changes yearly, but the overall purpose of the Women’s Council remains the same – to coordinate and oversee all women’s Bible studies, discipleship and mentoring groups, and events.

2022-2023 Council Members

President: Carol Kaminski
Administrator: Allison Harrison
Advisor: Amie Biegler
Advisor: Betsy West
Advisor: Rebecca Sparks-Korossy
Fourth Staff: Jean Bronson

Sarah Kimbrough
Maria Korossy
Carolyn Mallory
Lydia Rothbard