Lutheran Women Serve
The Lutheran Women‘s Missionary League (LWML) exists to help enable women of all ages to use their gifts in ministry to the people of the world, all while providing opportunities to grow in their relationships with God and each other.
LWML leads a variety of service projects to support seminary students, members of the military, Orphan Grain Train, and Lutheran World Relief, as well as assisting with funerals and luncheons. Together, the women of LWML are making a difference in the lives of people in our community and across the world through their acts of service — and women of any age can join! Additionally, everybody can provide items to help support their projects as they work to see lives transformed through Jesus.
Personal & School
The women of LWML will be packing school kits for Lutheran World Relief on September 23. With a goal to assemble 150 kits, they need your help. The following items are needed for each school kit:
- 4 spiral notebooks (70 sheet either wide or college-ruled paper. These are especially needed)
- 1 ruler (with centimeters on one side and inches on the other)
- 1 pencil sharpener
- 1 pair of blunt scissors
- 5 unsharpened #2 pencils with erasers
- 5 blue or black ball point pens (not gel ink)
- 1 box of 16 or 24 count crayons
- 1-2 1/2″ eraser
Personal Care Kits
The women of LWML will be packing personal care kits for Lutheran World Relief on October 28. With a goal to assemble 150 kits, they need your help. The following items are needed for each kit:
- 1 light-weight bath-size towel (52″ X 27″ or 40″ X 20″), dark color recommended (we have a great need for these)
- 2 or 3 bath-size bars of soap, any brand in original wrapping
- 1 adult-size toothbrush
- 1 sturdy comb
- 1 metal nail clipper
We are asking anyone that would like to donate items for the kits, to please drop the items off at the front receptionist desk and label them “LWR Kits”.
Bible Studies • Community
Find Your Circle
An important part of the LWML is Bible studies in community. The women in LWML meet regularly in small groups called circles, where women can come together to grow and support each other in their relationships with God and each other. Circles meet nights, days, and mornings – so there’s a circle that fits your schedule.