105 Christian Ladies Night Out Ideas

105 Christian Ladies Night Out Ideas

Intentional activities build relationships and offer women opportunities to connect with one another.

These 105 Christian Ladies Night Out ideas are perfect for your Women’s Ministry, ladies Sunday School class, small group, and MOPS group.

Divided into seven categories there is something for every interest:

  1. Crafty
  2. Entertainment & the Arts
  3. Exercise/Outdoor
  4. Food
  5. Fun & Games
  6. Missions
  7. Sporting Events

Expand your reach by selecting activities from different categories to fill your calendar.

When you can, keep it simple and affordable – most of these ideas require little planning and little expense.

Ladies Nights Out work well as outreach events as they aren’t perceived as preachy or overtly spiritual (not that you can’t and shouldn’t have a short devotional and prayer).

Let me also humbly suggest that you refrain from activities that encourage or include alcohol, gambling, swearing, or content of any kind that would reflect poorly upon your ministry or church. Romans 14 and 15 remind us that we have a responsibility to protect our women from any situation that might cause them to stumble.

Without further ado, here are 105 ideas for you:

Sewing - 1 of 150 Ladies Night Out Ideas

Crafty

1. Beading/Jewelry Making
2. Canvas Painting Class
3. Flower Arranging
4. Holiday Crafts
5. Knitting/Crochet
6. Mosaic Tiles
7. Ornament Making
8. Paint Your Own Pot
9. Pinterest Party
10. Scrapbooking
11. Sewing
12. UFO Night – Unfinished Object Night
13. Wreath Making

Entertainment & the Arts

14. Ballet
15. Broadway Show
16. Christian Book Club
17. Christian Concert
18. Christian Movie Night
19. (Clean) Comedy Show/Club
20. Comedy DVD
21. Dinner Theater
22. Historical Tour
23. Museum Tour
24. Musical
25. Orchestra Performance
26. Play
27. Special Holiday Show/Event

Golf - 1 of 105 Ladies Night Out Ideas

Exercise/Outdoor

28. Cave Tour
29. Christian Yoga
30. Go-karts
31. Golf
32. Hiking
33. Horseback Riding
34. Ice Skating
35.  Nature Walk
36. Pilates
37. Pool Party
38. Prayer Walk
39. Putt-Putt
40. Roller Skating
41. Self Defense Class
42. Snow Skiing
43. Snow Tubing
44. Walking
45. Water Park
46. Water Skiing
47. Water Tubing
48. Zumba

Food

49. Appetizers
50. “Blue” Foods (or other food theme i.e. Italian, Mexican, etc.)
51. Chocolate Tasting
52. Coffee Shop
53. Cookie Decorating
54. Cookie Swap
55. Cooking Class
56. Cooking Competition (i.e. Food Network)
57. Cupcake Decorating
58. Dessert
59. Freezer Cooking
60. Ice Cream Tasting Party
61. Make Your Own Pizza
62. Potluck
63. Progressive Dinner
64. Soup Swap/Tasting
65. Taco Bar
66. Tea

Bowling - 1 of 150 Ladies Night Out Ideas

Fun & Games

67. Accessory Swap
68. Antique Shopping
69. Bingo
70. Board Games
71. Book Swap
72. Bowling
73. Bunko
74. Card Games
75. Christmas Light Scavenger Hunt
76. Clothing Swap
77. Consignment Shopping
78. Holiday Party (Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, etc.)
79. Historic District Shopping
80. Mall Scavenger Hunt
81. Minute to Win-It
82. Outlet Shopping
83. Scavenger Hunt
84. Spa Night

No-sew Fleece Blankets - 1 of 150 Ladies Night Out Ideas

Missions

85. Bingo at a Senior Center
86. Cards for College Students
87. Cards for Homebound
88. Cards for those serving in the Military
89. Cards for Missionaries
90. Care Packages for College Students
91. Care Packages for the Military
92. Care Packages for Missionaries
93. Fleece Blankets for homebound, abuse shelter, children in hospital, etc.
94. Food Pantry (re-stock, organize, etc.)
95. Nursing Home Visits
96. Pregnancy Hotline/Center
97. Random Acts of Kindness (RAOK)
98. Rescue Mission – serve a meal
99. Ronald McDonald House – provide a meal
100. Soup Kitchen

Sporting Events

101. Baseball Game
102. Basketball Game
103. Football Game
104. Hockey Game
105. Rodeo

May God will bless the time your ladies spend together.

You might also want to read:

Fellowship Idea: Workshops
How to Plan a DIY Spa Night
30 Summer Fellowship Ideas
Mission Project: Operation Sandwich
Mission Project: Pillowcase Dresses
Mission Project: No-sew Fleece Blankets

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Comments

  1. Angella – you are so welcome! Women everywhere love being together and having fun! I hope many of the ideas were ones you can replicate in Uganda!

  2. Angella says:

    Thank you for this initiative , am a women at our church based in Uganda. This has pushed me to another level. Thank you.

  3. Angella, I’ll send you an email so we can connect! 🙂

  4. Am Angella based in Uganda , among the directors of the Earnest ladies and would like to share ideas with me on how i can develop and empower them in our communities.

    Blessings.

  5. Becki – Good question! You’d definitely want to get your Pastor’s input on Bunko. They may/may not view it as gambling and could let you know how best to proceed.
    If Bunko is viewed by your church as gambling, you wouldn’t have to play for money, just for fun. Or your group could decide that the winners choose where to donate the funds. In that case, I’d probably provide a pre-approved (by the Pastoral staff) list of ministries the funds could be donated to. Otherwise that may open another whole can of worms!

    Hope that answers your question!

  6. Becki Ferguson says:

    Just Curious…how is playing Bunko any more of a gambling activity than playing golf with your buddies and placing bets with money on the outcome? Or same activity played for fundraising?

  7. Lisa, did a little “Googling” and found a group that uses Bunko as a fundraiser. http://www.stbaldricks.org/blog/post/play-bunco-and-raise-money-for-kids-cancer-research/ You could do the same and use it for a missions project. Maybe the winner could pick from 3 mission opportunities? Other groups on a board I found said that they all bring gifts ($10 or less) and everyone goes home with a gift – often the winner gets first choice. Some groups opt not to use money at all and just play for bragging rights or a traveling prize (our old neighborhood passed around a pair of fuzzy dice). Hope that helps!

  8. Lisa Pepper says:

    Could you give me a good site for how Christians could do Bunko without the gambling aspect?

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