New England District

Lutheran Women's Missionary League

Calendar of Events



be“BE THOU MY VISION (In such a time as this)”Donna Snow

 Bible Study by Donna Snow

You must hear Donna: she’s been an inspiring speaker at our Conventions


we will have slide presentations from many of our supported missions

WHEN:           November 5-6, 2021

                        Friday evening 7:00 PM – Saturday at 3:00 PM

WHERE:         DoubleTree at Bradley Airport

                        16 Ella Grasso Turnpike

                        Windsor Locks, CT 06096



  • Please make your own reservations if you plan to stay at the hotel on Fri. eve.
  • The cost is $111; each room includes two free Sat. breakfasts. If more ladies share the room, they will have to pay for their own breakfasts.
  • When reserving the room, be certain to tell them you are with LWML.
  • Last day for the special room rates is October 7.
  • Free parking at the hotel.
  • Saturday luncheon provided as part of your registration costs
  • Registration cost – $40; first timers – $35 (same as last year).
  • Registration form will come out in the fall, watch for it!

GIFTS FROM THE HEART: Don’t forget to support NED Lutheran Schools:  Gifts card (Target/Walmart/Cosco); Clorox wipes; Tissues

Retreat Flyer: 2021 Retreat Advertisement 1


2022 LWML-New England District  Convention


You are cordially invited to the 2022 LWML New England District Convention.

 Mark your calendars – April 29-30, 2022

Watch for details in the “BEACON“ and “PASS IT ON”,

as well as information that will be provided through your local society/zone.

LetGenesis 1:3

Convention Goal:  We will focus on reflecting His Light, For God, who said, “Let light shine out of darkness,” has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.                                           2 Corinthians 4:6


Convention In-Gathering/Gifts From the Heart Recipient: Gbarnga Lutheran Training Center, Gbarnga, Liberia 

The students struggle to afford black shoes for their school uniforms and the shoes that are available last less than a month because they’re so poorly made. We could use new or gently-worn black dress shoes for boys and black flats that are not ornate for girls (ages 3 to 16)


We look forward to seeing you there!

 The Eastern Zone