2022 W/ELCA Officers
Shirley Bagley, Rosemary Twesme, Betty Ward, Maggie Luallen
Secretary: Betty Ward
Discipleship & Stewardship:
Marceil Gunderson & Lorraine Allen
Quilting Chairperson: Carol Skoyen
Sunshine: Linda Dahl
Altar Guild: Kay Vold, Gloria Anderson, Kathy Sieg, Linda Dahl
2022 Bazaar: Amy McCune & Samantha Anderson
2023 Bazaar: Jayde Bertrang, Amanda Konop, & Gennifer Jesunas
The Women of Osseo Lutheran Church have four general meetings a year.
They meet the first Wednesday of the month in April (Salad Luncheon) and December (Christmas buffet). In addition there is a picnic in June and a bazaar in September/October.
Currently there are two circles that meet for Bible study at the church on the third Wednesday of the month at 1 p.m. using "The Gather". The women have a quilting group meeting twice a month on Tuesdays. They also provide quilts, school kits, health kits, layettes, and sewing kits for Lutheran World Relief.
Quilters meet the second and fourth Tuesdays, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 PM in the quilting room. If you plan to stay through the lunch hour, please bring your own lunch. All ladies are welcome to join in the fellowship of this special ministry.
If you know of a need within our community for a warm, homemade-with-love quilt, please contact the church office at 715-597-3213
Circle Bible study groups meet the 3rd Wednesday of the month, at 1:00 PM in the Family Room.
Lutheran World Relief Kits
Requirements for Kits for Lutheran World Relief
Prepare each kit only as listed. Do not add other items or leave out any of the items listed for each kit. Do not enclose any kit, or any of its contents, in plastic bags. More information may be found at www.lwr.org
Gifts of layettes convey a warm welcome to infants and their mothers.
Include the following items in each layette:
* Two lightweight cotton t-shirts
* Two long- or short-sleeved gowns or sleepers (without feet)
* Two receiving blankets, medium-weight cotton or flannel, or crocheted or knitted with lightweight yarn, up to 52" square
* Four cloth diapers, flat fold preferred
* One jacket, sweater or sweatshirt with a hood, or include a baby cap
* Two pairs of socks
* One hand towel, dark color recommended
* Two bath-size bars (4-5 oz) of gentle soap, in original wrapping
* Two diaper pins or large safety pins
Gently used, clean items (no stains or tears) can be substituted for new ones. Wrap items in one of the receiving blankets and secure with the diaper pins.
Include the following items in each health kit:
* One dark color bath-size towel (approx 52" x 27")
* Two 4 - 5 oz bath-size bar of soap, any brand, in its original wrapping
* One adult-size toothbrush (new, in package)
* One sturdy comb (remove packaging)
* One metal nail clippers (remove packaging)
All items should be new and in good condition. Wrap all the items in the towel and tie securely with ribbons or yarn.
Education is important for any community, especially where poverty or disaster has limited the options for young people to reach their potential. School kits contain essential supplies to help children - and in some case, adults - continue learning despite the hardships they face. And learning leads to a better life for them, their families, and their communities.
* Four 70-sheet notebooks of wide- or college-ruled paper approximately 8" x 10 ½"; no loose-leaf paper
* One 30-centimeter ruler, or a ruler with centimeters on one side and inches on the other
* One pencil sharpener
* One blunt scissors (safety scissors with embedded steel blades work well)
* Five unsharpened #2 pencils with erasers; secure together with a rubber band
* Five ballpoint pens (no gel ink); secure together with rubber band
* One box of 16 or 24 crayons
* One eraser approximately 2 ½" long
* One sturdy drawstring backpack-style cloth bag approximately 14" x 17" with shoulder straps (no standard backpacks)
All items should be new and in good condition. Remove any excess packaging, pack all items in bag and close.