St. Paul Women hold a "Gift From the Heart" event every year and the proceeds from that offering provide for mission projects the local community, the state, and mission projects in the world. The "Gift From the Heart" event was held on Saturday, May 2 in the Fellowship Hall. The theme this year was "Hats Off to Spring." The Rev. Paul and Sue Sieveking presented by sharing a program about their trip to the Holy Land.
The Women of St. Paul are members of St. Paul Lutheran Church who choose to participate in the Lutheran Women's Missionary League as it undertakes and supports the local zone, district, synodical and national mission work of the LWML and of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Through our mission service it is our desire to witness to our Lord Jesus and see others brought to faith in Him.
The mission of St. Paul Lutheran Women's Missionary League is to assist all women in discovering and using their God-given gifts through LWML in thanksgiving and service to our Lord.
To achieve that goal we strive to:
Circles are small groups of women who meet monthly (except for July and August) for Bible study, fellowship, and to share their mites and offerings for the mission work of the organization. Circles are an excellent way of meeting and building relationships with other sisters in Christ. We have a total of seven circles that meet monthly.
Our circles are:
The Women of St. Paul collect mites as on opportunity to offer their gifts of faith, coin, and currency each month, which, when added to those gifts of other LWML women throughout the Synod, provide for over 1.5 million collars for mission projects every two years.
We also support these volunteer chaired committees.