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LWML
Lutheran Women In Mission

Welcome to the

Oklahoma District Lutheran Women’s Missionary League

Oklahoma District

Greetings & Welcome!

Welcome to the new OK LWML website! We hope you will find it easy to use. If you have any problems finding something on this site, or suggestions for improvement, please email me at oklwmlpres@gmail.com.

Dianna Just, OK LWML PresidentGo! Tell! Serve Joyfully!
". . . be fervent in spirit, serve the Lord. Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer. Contribute to the needs of the saints and seek to show hospitality. "  Romans 12:11b -13

Dianna Just, OK LWML President

 

MOST Ministries in need!

Tyler Seehafer from MOST Ministries reached out to me asking if we have anyone in Oklahoma available to go to Guatemala on an eyeglass team between Sept. 14-20. MOST is in need of a few more people to join that team. Please let me know or contact Tyler if you or anyone you know is interested. From personal past experience, it is a blessing to be a part of this. ~Thanks!! Dianna

Tyler Seehafer
TEAM ADMINISTRATOR MOST Ministries
655 Phoenix Dr
Ann Arbor, MI 48108

Phone: 734.994.7909                    Website: mostministries.org

 

LWML Sunday 2019 Banner

The pattern for LWML Sunday 2019 is available on our Resources page. Click here for the links to four pdfs of the pattern.

 

 

 

 

Oklahomans in St. Louis

Oklahomans in St LouisMarguerite Christman (OK Meeting Manager), Dianna Just (OK District President), Bev England (Product Developer on the LWML Marketing Team and OK LWML Store), Caroline Honeycutt (LWML Archivist-Historian), and Patti Ross (LWML President) were in St Louis recently for the Board of Directors meeting.

 

Mission Statement

The mission of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League is to assist each woman of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod in affirming her relationship with the Triune God so that she is enabled to use her gifts in ministry to the people of the world.

About Oklahoma LWML

In a historic meeting at Zion Lutheran Church in Oklahoma City, women from six cities-Apache, Chickasha, Norman, Shawnee, Lawton and Oklahoma City-became the first Lutheran women to organize as the Lutheran Women's League of Oklahoma in l928. Their goal was to unite to further mission work, particularly in Oklahoma. In 1942 they became one of the 15 original charter members of the national Lutheran Women's Missionary League. Since that time Oklahoma LWML has grown to include women of 74 congregations and a membership approaching 1450.