Come and see!

The main purpose of the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Women  (HTLCW) is to gather each month for Bible study and fellowship. We call these groups “Circles.” Every woman is cordially invited to be part of one of Holy Trinity’s women’s circles. Our gatherings include Bible Study, prayer time, refreshments, and fellowship. Circles are wonderful opportunities to get to know a group of women, your sisters in Christ, more intimately.If you are new to Holy Trinity or have not yet visited a circle, then we hope you will select a circle to visit this month.

HTLCW serves the Holy Trinity community as well as outside organizations through its Christian Action work. Blanket Sunday, Lutheran World Relief Health and Sewing kits, and Operation Christmas Child (shoeboxes) are just a few of the many ministries that the HTLCW supports.

In the Spring, all women of Holy Trinity are invited to attend HTLCW’s annual weekend retreat. A professional retreat leader guides us in studying the Word. There is also time for rest, relaxation and drawing closer to Jesus and one another.

The Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Women is a ministry of our church community with many facets. Each member is created in the image of God, called by Jesus to do His work and empowered with gifts by the Holy Spirit. HTLCW offers many ways to share and use your gifts at Holy Trinity as well as in the larger community. Come and see!

 The Women’s Circles of Holy Trinity:

Eve: meets the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7:30 p.m. in the SS Peter & Andrew Study. E-mail Sue at

Hannah: meets the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7:30 in the SS Peter & Andrew Study. E-mail Marilyn at

Miriam: meets the 2nd Monday of the month at 12:30 p.m. in the SS Peter & Andrew Study. E-mail Ruth at

Ruth: meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7:30 p.m. They meet in a different home each month; for information, phone the church office (215-659-2642) or e-mail the leader. E-mail Nancy at

Sarah: meets the 2nd Thursday at 12:00 Noon in the SS Peter & Andrew Study. E-mail Pastor Mandy at

 The Bible study topic for 2016-2017 will be based primarily on the Book of James: 

How to Put Your Faith into Practice

The Book of James explores the battles and challenges we face along the way to a disciplined life of discipleship. James is about putting our faith into practice, giving it hands and feet and a mind that is formed by and conformed to Christ’s life and teachings. James tells us how Christians live and behave.

To learn more, contact the Church Office at 215/659-2642.