This study examined the contributions of women in the Methodist Church Ghana (MCG) which is one of the mainline Churches in Ghana. The study aimed at finding out the contributions of women to the development of the Methodist Church Ghana. The researcher concentrated on three selected women in the Methodist Church Ghana. They are Reverend Mrs. Patricia Foli, Mrs. Georgina Baiden, and the late Mrs. Agnes Afriyie Amankwaah. The main methodology of the study is phenomenological approach. The major research tools were interviews and administration of questionnaires, important literature on the research topic was reviewed. The main finding was that the women in the Methodist Church have contributed significantly to the development of the Methodist Church Ghana. The study made known that through the help of women in the Methodist Church Ghana some under privileged children have gotten access to higher education. Again the three selected women have also contributed to the development of the Methodist Church for instance, one of them has established an organization in the Church and through their activities a lot of women have been drawn to the Church. This study is very significant in that it would serve as a source of document to the Methodist Church to understand the challenges facing women in the Church. Finally, this study would serve as a catalyst for further study on women in the church as a whole.