After being postponed from the original date in May, the LWR drive was held at Mount Olive’s parking lot on July 11. Twenty Lutheran churches from southern Montana and northern Wyoming brought 621 boxes weighing 15,008 lbs. of quilts and kits. Mount Olive LWML and quilters donated 138 quilts, 35 personal care kits, and 71 school kits. Many thanks to Grace Lardy, Rachelle Sparks, Kyle Armstong, and Chris Johns for their help in weighing and labeling the 45 boxes from Mount Olive before the drive. And a big thank you to Jason and Lukas Johnson, Kyle Armstrong, Jonathan besel, Nicole Rodriguez, Jamie Robertson, and Chris Johns for their help in loading the 621 boxes into the semi; also, thank you to Lorli Mercer for her help with the paper work. Without all the help from these individuals, it would be impossible for me to do this job. ~ Donnaleen Ganskop, LWML, Southern Zone Coordinator~
Another box of 82 pairs of eyeglasses has been mailed to MOST Ministries for use in their eyeglass ministries in some of the poorest countries in the world. A big THANK YOU to Mount Olive members who have donated their used eyeglasses to this project. This is an on-going project of the LWML Mary and Martha Dorcas Ciricle; so please continue to donate your used eyeglasses and non-prescription sunglasses.
Mary and Martha LWML are collecting supplies for health kits for Orphan Grain Train and Lutheran World Relief. Lists of supplies are on the table by the secretary’s office. Supplies and kits may be placed in the boxes under the table by April 20.
The LWML Ladies send a thank you to everyone who has made lap ropes. We still have more than enough yarn to make lap robes for the Shut-Ins and VA recipients. If you are still interested in making a lap robe(s), the yarn and drop-off box are outside in the fellowship hall. Thank you again for your help! – LWML Ladies –
Thank you to everyone who have donated yarn. We have more than enough to make lap robes for the Shut-Ins and VA recipients. If you are still interested in making a lap robe(s), the yarn and drop-off box is next to the “Missionaries” billboard in the fellowship hall. Thank you again for your help! ~ LWML Ladies ~
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Mount Olive Lutheran holds to: The Scriptures of the Old and the New Testaments as the written Word of God and the only rule and norm of faith and of practice. continue >>
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Mount Olive Lutheran Church
2336 Saint Johns Ave.
Billings, MT 59102
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