Lutheran Women In Mission

Welcome to the

Oklahoma District Lutheran Women’s Missionary League

"Let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven."
(Matt 5:16)

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Barbara Sprunger
Christ the Redeemer, Tulsa

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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


Collecting Mites for the 90th Anniversary Continues

Collecting mites for the 90th Anniversary offerings will continue until June 30th. So, if you know someone who did not get her blue mite box money to the convention or who would still like to contribute, send those mites to Sue Avis, 6814 Majestic Oak Blvd, Lawton, OK 73505.

In continuing to follow through with our commitment, love, and support for missions, in honor and thanksgiving of God’s abundant blessings, we have the opportunity to support many mission endeavors in the Oklahoma District with our 90th Offering. These are the missions that the funds will be divided among to assist with their mission and outreach.

These mites are going to five Oklahoma missionary projects: Rev. Glenn Meyer and his work at the Clayton Mission, based at Trinity, McAlester; Rev. Bernardo Rangel and his work with the Hispanic population, based at Good Shepherd, Tulsa; Rev. Nourreddine Bennai and his Islamic outreach ministry, based at Holy Trinity, Edmond; Rev Mark Erler and Rufus Comfort Dog, Lutheran Church Charities Comfort Dog Ministry, based at Saint Mark, Edmond; Rev. Mark Wescoatt and his work among the Karen people of Burma, based at Trinity, Guymon.

Go! Tell! Serve Joyfully!
Dianna Just


Celebrate 90 Years of God’s Blessings with Thankful Hearts

In the 1920s, women from independent LCMS churches coordinated their efforts by uniting in state and regional leagues. The first Lutheran Women’s League (LWL) society was established at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Apache, under the direction of Ida Hrbacek, President on January 17, 1923. This led to the movement and establishment of the first district, the Oklahoma District LWL to be organized on February 8, 1928, at Zion Lutheran Church, Oklahoma City. It took more than a decade before the LCMS approved the establishment of a national Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML) organization.

The first Mite Box was created as a vehicle for collecting funds. Those contributions have totaled more than $100 million for mission work, supporting Christian outreach in 71 countries on 5 continents. The blessings of the LWML, goes far beyond the millions raised for missions. Its benefits can be seen in faith deepened through Bible studies and leadership training, befriending of career missionaries, in blankets and clothing gathered for the impoverished, in food shared with the hungry, in the friendships nurtured, and above all, the lives changed by sharing the love of Jesus Christ.


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.