The Lutheran Women’s Missionary League Office Has Moved

September 28, 2018

Although the purple walls have moved, the focus of the LWML is unchanged.

The Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML) is the official women’s auxiliary of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. For 75 years, the LWML has focused on affirming each woman’s relationship with Christ, encouraging and equipping women to live out their Christian lives in active mission ministries and to support global missions.

The LWML welcomes you to visit the new location of the LWML Office in Loeber Hall on the beautiful campus of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri.

LWML Junior Pastoral Counselor Rev. Mitchel Schuessler and LWML President Patti Ross joined the LWML Office staff on the joyous move-in day.

As of September 25, 2018 the NEW LWML Office address is:

LWML

801 Seminary Place, Ste. L010

St. Louis, MO 63105

 

www.lwml.org         1-800-252-5965

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The LWML Leaders Manual and the LWML Handbook

The LWML Leaders Manual and the LWML Handbook are now posted on our website, www.lwml.org!

Totally revised, the 2015 LWML Leaders Manual details the responsibilities and duties of our LWML leadership, which is helpful for those who are elected or appointed to serve; it’s also useful for those who wish to be considered for an LWML committee appointment and need to know the scope of each position.

The 2015 LWML Handbook, also totally revised, is the resource that describes each part of the LWML … local groups, zones, district, and national … and how they fit together into one cohesive unit. Included is the function and purpose of each part, definitions of LWML words, sample bylaws, a map of district and regional borders, a listing of all mission grants since 1943, Mite Box devotions, installation services, and LWML songs.

Both resources are offered as free downloads from the website; they are no longer available for purchase through the LWML Store. You may print as many copies as you wish or send them as attachments via email. Many districts supply a copy of each document to every member of their board of directors.

The time is NOW to read, study, and share these basic LWML resources! As the LWML continues to grow, both documents will periodically be refreshed to reflect new ways to serve the Lord through the LWML. What will not change is our commitment to serving the Lord with gladness and support of missions!

Carolyn Blum, VP of Organizational Resources

Lutheran Women’s Missionary League

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