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Women's Ministry

Women's Ministry

Our women's ministry is committed in helping women to grow spiritually through opportunities that will teach, encourage, equip, and reach out to serve. There are a variety of opportunities for Bible study, spiritual renew, and serving in our local and global communities.

Take part in one or more of the wonderful women's groups listed below:

Esther Circle/LWML

Bi-monthly - 2nd Thursday of the month at 4pm, Rm. 143-145 unless otherwise noted
Contact: Velma Nordine - 662-1907


Ladies Aid

Contact: Phyllis Wallace - 828-5465

Dorcas Circle

Tuesdays, 9:00am, Rm. 148
Contact: Joyce Bishop - 828-2779

Altar Guild

Contact: Becky Kleinschmidt - 862-1968

Upcoming Meetings

Next LWML meeting will be Thursday, December 11 from 4:15-5:30 PM at Trinity Lutheran Church. Mary Bloebaum will tell us more about the Baptism Faith Chest. All women of the congregation are invited. Hope to see you there. Bring a friend.

December 11 : Ladies Aid will have lunch at Trinity Lutheran School, Noon, followed by a Christmas program presented by the school choirs. Cost of meal is $3.50. Contact Marlene Brown (828 - 7601) to make reservations by December 4. We welcome you

Lutheran Women’s Missionary League 2014 Meetings

Thursday, February 13
Trinity Lutheran School 4:15 - 5:30 PM
Program: “Update on Disaster Relief in Washington,” Illinois by Trent Davis

Thursday, April 10
Luther Oaks 4:15 - 5:30 PM
Program: “Laughter Yoga Workshop” by Taylor Pocopanni

Thursday, June 12
Trinity Lutheran Church 4:15 - 5:30 PM
Program: “2nd Annual Send Me Ablaze Mission Trip” Report by Michelle Schulz

Thursday, August 14 Shannon’s Restaurant (1305 S. Mercer, Bloomington) 4:15 - 5:30
Program: “Report on Mom & Me Camp” by Kathy Case

Thursday, October 9 Trinity Lutheran School 4:15 - 5:30 PM
Program: “All You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About the Gideons” by Casey Lartz

Thursday, December 11 Trinity Lutheran Church 4:15 - 5:30 PM
Program: “Just What Goes in a Baptism Milestone Chest?” By Mary Bloebaum