Women's Ministry First


Cover Girls Quilting—Come and work with the “Cover Girls” on a variety of projects including tying quilts made of donated fabrics and assembling several care kits for Lutheran World Relief. You are welcome to come any time you can help on Wednesday, March 7 & 14 at 9 a.m. in Grace Place. The need is great!


• To learn more about how your gift makes a difference, and specifically about This community in Peru,

   watch our brand new quilt and kit video at lwr.org/videos/quilt-kit-pipeline. If you have any questions,

   please do not hesitate to contact the LWR staff at 800.597.5972 or lwr@lwr.org.



Women’s Bible Study will be held on Wednesday, March 21 at 10 a.m. in Grace Place. We will be using the Lutheran magazine, “Gather” for our study guide. All women are welcome to join us for this time of fellowship and Bible Study.




LWR Personal Care Kits


First Women’s Ministry is collecting items for Lutheran World Relief “Personal Care Kits” starting in March and continuing through the end of April. Here’s a list of the items needed for the kits:


• Light-weight bath-size towel (maximum 52” x 27”), dark color recommended

     Please Note:  It is important that these towels are light-weight for line drying.

• Bath-size bars (4 to 5 oz.) of soap, any brand, in its original wrapping

• Sturdy comb (wide tooth)

• Metal nail clippers

• Toothbrush


When LWR distributes these kits it’s often to people who have lost everything. In the wake of an earthquake, or having fled from violence as their homes were overtaken, they clasp a towel from a faraway place, with a bar of soap, a toothbrush...and washing up, they know that they have not been forsaken by the world. Please consider sharing God’s grace and love by providing that simple comfort. Donations may be dropped off in the basket by the church office. Thank you for your continued support.


• We reached our goal of 25 kits this past year. Let’s try for 30 kits this year!












Learn more about the resources available for women through the ELCA by visiting www.womenoftheelca.org!







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