Lumina is a new one-day experience at the Museum of the Bible that will equip women of all ages to be deeply rooted in God’s Word so they can thrive where they’re planted.
Join us either November 3 or November 4 for our first of many unique events for women at the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.. Come spend a day and experience engaging speakers, moving musical performances, and an exclusive tour of the Museum. Lumina is a fully immersive, multi-sensory experience that offers you and the women from your church a transformative encounter with God and the Bible.
Lumina is a new, one-day experience at the Museum of the Bible, designed to encourage women in reading God’s Word.
Women of all ages, you are invited to share a day with others that you will remember. Join us either November 3 or 4 as women gather in our nation’s capital for an immersive, multi-sensory experience that will illuminate His Word like never before.
Join this inspiring and insightful event as we journey together through an exclusive tour of this Washington D.C. treasure, Museum of the Bible. In exploring God’s Word, we hope to rise in our living out the words we read in this incredible book.
Jen Wilkin is a speaker, writer and teacher of women’s Bible studies in Dallas Texas. She and her family are members of the Village Church where she is the Executive Director of Family and Next Gen Ministries.
Nicole C. Mullen wants women to see the power of Redemption and the relevancy of the Bible in everyday living. She is a speaker and award winning musician with 2 Grammies, and 9 Dove Awards. Nicole is the author of My Redeemer Lives and is best known for her songs Redeemer and The God Who Sees.
Lauren Green McAfee is a communicator, connector, and coffee enthusiast with a heart to engage women with the Bible. She works at the Hobby Lobby Corporate office in Oklahoma and is pursuing a PhD in ethics and public policy at Southern Seminary.
Ruth Malhotra is the manager for strategic partnerships at Ronald Blue Trust in Atlanta, GA. She worked in public relations for multiple national organizations for over 15 years. The daughter of Indian immigrants, Ruth graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with highest honors with her BS and master’s degree in international affairs and public policy.
The Museum of the Bible is an innovative institution whose purpose is to invite all people to engage with the transformative power of the Bible. Through interactive exhibits and cutting-edge technology, we bring guests an immersive, personal experience with the impact, narrative, and history of the Bible.
Located in Washington, D.C., the Museum of the Bible opened in November of 2017 and has reached more than two million people to date. It’s a 430,000-square-foot building, located just three blocks from the U.S. Capitol.
The Museum of the Bible aims to be among the most technologically advanced and engaging museums in the world. Showcasing rare and fascinating artifacts spanning 4,000 years of history. Whether you want to explore the Bible more deeply or are discovering it for the first time, the Museum of the Bible has something for you.
Yes! You can absolutely attend Lumina on your own, although we believe that the experience will be more meaningful if you are able to share it even with just one or two friends. The ticket price will be higher for individuals or very small groups, but we do offer a group discount if you have at least five women in your group.
The Lumina experience happens all in one day inside the Museum of the Bible.
Choose from an AM or PM event for either day when you register. This means you’ll either start your day with the conference event in the World Stage Theater, or with your tour guide for your custom tour of the Museum.
Lunch is provided at the Museum and then groups will switch and either go on to the Museum for the custom tour, or up to the Theater for the conference event.
Your day will begin at 8:30 a.m. and will conclude at 6:00 p.m. at the Museum of the Bible in Washington D.C..
Transportation is not included; however there is a Metro stop directly under the Museum of the Bible, so depending on which hotel you are staying in, you may be able to take the Metro to the Museum of the Bible for your private group tour.
While we hope that no obstacles come up that will keep you from experiencing this life-changing event, we also understand that life happens. Since we will be holding multiple Lumina events at the Museum of the Bible in 2023, we can apply your paid ticket to a date that works better for your group next year provided you notify us no later than September 2, 2022. No refunds will be given and if you aren’t able to attend an alternate date in 2023, you can donate your ticket or tickets to another group of women.
Washington, D.C. has an abundance of activities that your group will find fascinating. We recommend returning to the Museum of the Bible to explore exhibits you may not have seen during your private group tour. We can also recommend an intriguing bus tour that highlights where the Bible is hidden in plain sight at historic locations around the city. There are countless other museums, monuments, and shopping options in the area.
Your Lumina ticket includes an individual one-year membership to the Museum of the Bible. You can upgrade your membership to a family membership or purchase tickets for your accompanying family members.
Share the opportunity to inspire the women in your life with Lumina!
When you download this kit, you will receive beautiful art and text files to post in your social media, emails, Enews, and more — along with downloadable files for printing flyers or posters for your women’s groups, events, or church. Don’t let the women in your sphere of influence miss this transformational event! (Opens in a new tab)