NC Women of the ELCA Ministries
In our Mission Statement 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.
Racial Justice Advocacy Network
One of our most powerful ministries is PRAYER. Every Monday a prayer list is emailed to our faithful women. At noon they stop and pray for those listed.
Use the contact form below to send us your prayer request. If your need is immediate and you are on Facebook, go to our group, NC Women of the ELCA, and state your request or contact our President. See the Contact page.
Christine Bohr Anderson Seminary Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded annually to female seminarians.
Click here for an informational brochure about this scholarship. Click here to download scholarship qualifications. Click here to download the scholarship application.
PO Box 477
Claremont NC 28610
We have several leaders trained to present this educational program geared to help prevent the sexual exploitation of youth. Call and set up a presentation for your church.
Lutheran Services Carolinas
Lutheran World Relief Parish Projects
Collect quilts, blankets and items for kits (personal care, school, baby care and fabric) For parish project instructions click here and choose the Get Involved tab.
This is a yearly collection in congregational expressions for worthy causes. It runs from Jan 2017 through Jan 2018. Please turn your coin collection into a check from your congregational unit. It can be submitted at conference meetings or the annual gathering.
2017 Pennies Project - ELCA Good Gifts
Our ELCA provides an opportunity for our NC SWO to make a huge difference, not only in the lives of women and children, but with an entire village in a developing country.
Our goal is to raise enough money through our coin collection to purchase a well ($2500) and a farm ($715).
FARM: A cow, a couple goats, a dozen chicks, two pigs, farming tools, seeds and agricultural training and support, for example, can
help a family achieve a fresh start. With new tools and techniques, crops will grow stronger than ever. Eggs, milk and meat from the farm animals provide a lifetime of food to eat and sell on the market, helping a family escape the cycle of hunger and poverty – for good.
WELL: With the installation of a water well, or spring
box, as many as 500 families gain access to clean, safe water.
We have several trained leaders to present this educational program promoting racial justice to your group. Call and find out how easy it is to set up a presntation for your group.
The following list includes some of the outreach ministries of the NC Synodical Womens Organization (NC SWO). Our congregational units are involved in many more. These and many other ministries are initiated by NC SWO Committees. See the Committee Page for updates on current activities. Contact the liaison for information on programs for your unit or opportunities for involvement.
Looking for a program for your unit or for a church event? Try one of these: