Small Groups

Lutheran Women's Missionary League

Time | Tuesday, 9:30am - 12:00pm

Location | 941 W Bedford Euless Rd Hurst TX 76053

Leader | Sue Heffner, grannysueh@yahoo.com

Join us on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month as we gather together to make quilts for the Lutheran World Relief.

Masks will be required at all times during LWML Saturdays, and social distancing will be enforced.


Lutheran Women's Missionary League (LWML) is an official auxiliary of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. For over 75 years, LWML has focused on affirming each women's relationship with Christ, encouraging and equipping women to live out their Christian lives in active mission ministries to support global missions. 

The mission of LWML is to assist women in affirming their relationship with the Triune God so that they are enabled to use their gifts in ministry to people around the world. 


Here at Peace, LWML takes pride in providing quilts, Mites, and prayers to world missions within the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. The women of LWML spend time and pour love into each quilt that is made. These quilts are used for Lutheran World Relief, an organization that envisions a future where all people, in every corner of the world can live full, dignified lives. Quilts are sent worldwide each and every year to provide comfort and warmth to those who need them most. 

In addition to making quilts, and shipping them worldwide, the women of LWML here are Peace collect Mites, based on the Biblical account of the widow's mite (Luke 21:1-4). The Mite Boxes are intended for regular contributions of "mites" - offerings above and beyond support given to congregations and the LCMS. The "mites" collected go to provide mission grants around the world. 

Our Peace LWML, also serves and volunteers at Peace events and activities, such as, receptions, funerals, etc. 

LWML supports the local community through donations to N.E.E.D. and making children's quilts for Project Linus. 


Learn more about Lutheran Women's Missionary League by watching the video below: