Currently, we are meeting primarily in the form of small monthly groups with specific interests and in a large combined group about 2-3 times per year.

For more details about our women's ministries, please contact Jamee Thieme.
Also check the weekly announcements and monthly newsletter.

Join a Small Group!

Connect with women of similar interests at RLC through a variety of small groups. Come join us!

Schedule

All Resurrection Lutheran women are invited to attend these events. Also, find more information on the Resurrection Women's Ministries bulletin board outside of the Fellowship Hall.

Saturday, November 16
A Pre-Advent Retreat, Led by Marlene Kibler
"Keeping our Hearts on Jesus" 

Please join us as we prepare our hearts for Advent and enjoy fellowship with each other including lunch, prepared by Chef Kim. Registration and light snacks begin at 9:00 am, with the retreat program starting at 9:30 am. Our program will wrap up by 3:00 pm. The registration fee is $10. Registration forms are in your church mailbox; registration needs to be submitted to Donna Krupcale by Sunday, November 10.

More events to come!

Our Mighty Mites

Mite Box offerings are collected at all church services on the first weekend of every month. These offerings, based on the Biblical account of the widow's mite (Luke 21:1–4), fund mission projects chosen annually by the Lutheran Women's Missionary League (LWML). See www.lwml.org for more information.

We celebrate the LWML and their Mite Box donations which provided for the 2017-2019 Mission Grant 12, Completion of Lukonda Lutheran School Buildings, Uganda for Lutheran Church Uganda in the amount of $48,000.

This grant will complete Phase II of construction of two schools in Kayunga District, Uganda. Between 100 and 200 children, ages 4 to 12, will be educated in these schools. The villages of Kakiika and Lukonda will provide bricks and land for the school, with Resurrection Lutheran Church and The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS) Southeastern District supporting the remaining costs of labor and materials.

When complete, each of the two school buildings will have four classrooms. Two of the classrooms in one building will also be used for weekly Lutheran worship services. This grant will enable completion of the school building complex begun in 2012.

To watch an information video regarding this project, go to www.lwml.org/2017-2019-mission-grant-12.

 

 


For more information about the Lutheran Women's Missionary League (LWML), please visit the following sites: