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Tears and laughter

We talk about waiting and hope during Advent. But there is also deep lament alongside deep joy.

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Our Purpose Statement

“As a community of women created in the image of God, called to discipleship in Jesus Christ, and empowered by the Holy Spirit, we commit ourselves to grow in faith, affirm our gifts, support one another in our callings, engage in ministry and action, and promote healing and wholeness in the church, the society, and the world.”

Are you a faithful friend?

Build community with our Faithful Friends program

Our community of women called to discipleship in Jesus Christ is built on a foundation of friendship, faithfulness, and hope for our future together. But the global COVID-19 pandemic is starting to undermine that foundation. You can help firm up our foundation of faith and hope by joining Faithful Friends, our monthly giving program.

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Daily Grace

Our convictions define us

Our faith, as both followers of Jesus and as Lutherans, is a product of people who stood for their convictions.

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Our letter-writing project is so popular, we’ve extended it

“Maintaining community through Thanksgiving, Christmas, and into the New Year–all at a time of physical distancing–is critically important,” Executive Director Linda Post Bushkofsky says of Women of the ELCA’s popular letter-exchange project.

Giving Thanks to God—All Day, Every Day

The daily practice of giving thanks to God for blessings received is at the heart of our lives as women of faith. Even the ordinary blessings of daily life call us to gratitude.



Light the way for justice, Light the way for love

Life is different this year, so we’ll be making our Thankofferings differently. Our 2020-2021 Thankoffering service is available for you now with tips on how to conduct a virtual service. Download the service in English and Español from our Thankoffering page.

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Join Lutheran women across the church every Tuesday at noon

Come together every Tuesday at noon (in your time zone) to pray together.

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Monthly Devotion

How are the women you know and love staying connected?

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How are the women you know and love staying connected?

In the bleak midwinter. Do you know that lovely Christmas carol? My congregation’s youth choir sings it every year at the

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Lutheran women thought of #GivingTuesday a century ago

November is when people think about giving. We make our lists and check them twice–and we think about giving to

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What will we do with the extra time we have this Advent?

Advent has always been my favorite liturgical season. The quiet, preparatory waiting speaks to me. In the Before Time (before

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