Meet Our People
We are a friendly group. Our humble leaders have been volunteering in their communities for many years, and they bring with them the ability to lead and to inspire without condescension or hidden agendas.
With over 50 years of volunteer experience among them, our leaders provide Women in Worship Ministries with the inspiration and direction to keep it going and growing.
Nan Butler Roberts, B.S., M.A.
Bio: Nan Butler Roberts began her Christian walk at an early age in a small, rural community in Virginia. She credits her mother with teaching her to pray and taking her to Sunday School at an early age. Nan is grateful to the "mothers" of the church who nurtured her and encouraged her as a young child to keep her hand in God's hand. Nan's mother, Dorothy, always gave Nan opportunities to praise the Lord through song and spoken word. Nan remembers singing at an early age on talent programs throughout the community. Music has always been central to Nan's life through childhood, school and youth choirs and her college choir at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va. After college, Nan began playing for the youth choir at her home church, moved on to play for other local churches and sang with a women's quartet group for approximately 10 years. Nan is a surrogate mother, grandmother and great-grandmother and godmother to 4, including a set of triplets! Her husband Howard of 18 years passed away in 2013. Nan is very close to her younger sister, Doretha's family including her husband, Michael, nephew, Taylor and niece, Sade`, who live outside of Atlanta, GA. Nan has been involved in music, youth and women's ministries for many years and looks forward to higher and higher heights in Kingdom building.
Min. Patricia Wormley, B.S.
Bio: Min. Patricia Wormley grew up in the Fredericksburg area, went to school with and met, and married her childhood sweetheart, Rev. Charles W. Wormley, pastor of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Spotsylvania, VA. Min. "Pat" as she is known is a gifted and talented woman of God who is always willing to share what God has entrusted to her. Min. Pat wears many hats; she is wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She worked full time for Verizon Telephone services and retired to focus most of her time on ministry. She is First Lady of the Mt. Zion Church, served as president of the Ministers Wives and Widows Alliance, holds offices at the regional, state and national levels; former president of the Women's Auxiliary of Wayland Blue Ridge Baptist Association, served as Association Clerk and as 2nd Vice Moderator. She also works in the school system as a substitute teacher and serves on several local boards and associations.
Min. Pat loves the Lord and loves to spread the gospel of a risen Savior in every endeavor.
Dr. Hortense Beck Hinton-Jackson, EdD.
Dr. Hortense Beck Hinton-Jackson is a native of Virginia, attended schools of higher learning in New York, Washington, D.C., and her home state of Virginia. Dr. Hinton-Jackson is multi-talented who doesn't mind using her gifts and talents for her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. At an early age, her mother and father involved her in church activities and youth programs. And she never stopped! Today, you can find Dr. Hinton-Jackson fulfilling the role of featured speaker, discussion leader, workshop facilitator, soloist, choir director, worship leader and more!
She is an educator, currently serving as Special Assistant to the President of a community college in Virginia; she is a mother and grandmother; her loving husband, Artie passed away in 2013. She's a Trustee at her home church and an all around gifted woman who doesn't mind saying where all of her help comes from....the Lord! Dr. Hinton-Jackson loves the Lord and loves Women In Worship Ministries!