"For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord." Romans 8:38-39

Various Groups at St. Paul Lutheran Church


At St. Paul Lutheran Church there are a wide variety of groups that you can participate in and everyone is invited to join. If you have any questions you can contact Pastor Heckmann.


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LWML:

  • The LWML (Lutheran Women's Missionary League) is made up of the ladies of our congregation. They meet monthly for Bible study and for mission outreach in our community, our area and around the world.

    What is LWML?
    The Lutheran Women's Missionary League had its beginning as far back as 1929. However, it became a national organization in 1942. The LWML is the official women's auxillary of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod.

    Who can belong?
    Any woman who is a communicant member of a congregation may become a member of the LWML. This international organization is for Christ-centered women of all ages and cultures! The Young Woman Representatives are an important part of each society, zone, state and international gathering.

    What is the mission of the LWML
    The mission statement of the LWML 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. Isn't that exciting? Not only does each woman grow in Christ but she also ministers to the people of the world.

    How is the LWML funded?
    The LWML is funded through monetary contributions and thankofferings. Based on the story of The Widow's Mite found in Luke 21:1-4, adults and children regularly place monies in their mite boxes so that millions of dollars can be used to fund misison projects.

    How is LWML organized?
    There are International Conventions organized every two years. The most recent Biennial Convention was held in the summer of 2005 in Tampa, Florida. The 2007 Convention will be held June 21-24 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The Texas District Convention was held in Beaumont in June of 2006. The state is divided into Zones. St. Paul Lutheran Church LWML is part of the Sunshine Zone. The zone is then divided into local societies in the local churches.

    What does a member of LWML do?
    At the International Conventions and at the District Conventions misison grants are chosen for the next two years. On the International level over a million dollars will be gathered to fund the projects. Women make contributions to the grants through their Mite offerings. LWML women are Lutheran Women In Mission! LWML builds your relationship with Jesus Christ, with other women of the congregation, zone and state, gives opportunities for fun, food, fellowship, service and Bible study!

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