Study - Serve - Rejoice - Retreat
Meeting every other Tuesday PM and Thursday AM
Every other Thursday, 8:45-11:00 am in the Perfect Place
Every other Tuesday, 6:30-8:30 pm in the Pathway Center.
Childcare is available at both sessions. Please RSVP for the location on campus, for any childcare needs, or to be added to our weekly email list: or Annie Wolf at 480-203-1880.
James: How Faith Works
Tuesday, June 6th “What is Your Life”
Tuesday, June 20th “The Love of Money”
Monday, July 3rd “Living Expectantly”
Tuesday, July 18th “Personal Care”
6:30-8:30 pm in The Pathway Center
*Free study guide
*Free Childcare available upon request
*Come to one date; Come to all dates
Lutheran Women's Missionary League
LWML meets every second Thursday of each month at 1:00 pm in the Pathway Center Conference Room. All women are welcome. The focus is on mission and service, both locally and globally.
2017 marks the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Lutheran Women’s Missionary League. The Lord has blessed the work of the League through the giving of MITES (offerings) which are used throughout the world as Mission Grants. $100,000 was given from 2015-2016 for a LCMS Global Seminary Initiative. This grant enables international students to study at one of the LCMS seminaries in order for them to return to be leaders in their churches.
Our Bible study, “Steadfast in the Faith”, has begun taking a closer look at the First, Second and Third Articles in the Catechism and how it applies to our life today. We re-discovered how much God the Father Almighty loves us and takes care of us.
Please plan to join us at 1:00pm on February 9th and 23rd in The Pathway Center. For the years 2015-2017, the LWML has a goal of $2 million dollars which will all be channeled to various synodical mission projects. For example, $72,000 has been sent to Lebanon for outreach in refugee camps. Please pray for these mission efforts.
Piece Maker Quilters
The Piece Maker Quilters meet every Wednesday at 1:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall. Open to everyone, the quilts they make are given to the homeless and needy.