“LIFT”
Ladies in Fellowship Together
 
Monthly Meetings    2nd Tuesdays at 10 AM    Education Building Rooms 5-6
 
No groups are meeting on campus due to the COVID-19 outbreak.  
 

Shepherd of the Hills Women’s Ministry is now called “Ladies in Fellowship Together” or LIFT. 
As a non profit group when we changed our name, we also adopted a new logo for the group. 
The design reflects the spirit of our mission statement to “Ignite” us. The banner reminds us to lift high the banner for Christ and the cross reminds us of the sacrifice Christ made for us all.
The overall simplicity of the design reminds us to keep our life uncluttered so there is time
for us to hear the voice of God.
 

LIFT Mission Statement

Our mission is to help ignite His flame in the ministry of women of the church; sharing His love and grace as His disciples.”

All women are welcome and encouraged to participate in LIFT as we take actions that are reflected in the LIFT VISION STATEMENT.

“Our vision is to support women; providing outreach in the church and the community through FAITH, FELLOWSHIP, and FUN.”

 
Some Members of LIFT
Women’s Ministry
 
 
Front left:
Kristen Skivington,
Joanne Wuttke,
Judy Konop,
and Donna Hawkinson
 
Second row:
Sue Horn, Elaine Tarr,
Sharon Johnson,
Jayne Herling, Barb Gibson
and Marlene Hinkley.
 
Secret Sisters in Prayer
 
This is a one year gift of praying for another woman. You commit to pray for the sister whose name you draw and someone will draw your name and pray for you. Some women remember their Secret Sister on holidays or their birthday with a card
or a gift.
 
 
“Hands in Service”
First Friday of Month 
10: 15 AM  Room 5
Education Building 
 
We make prayer shawls, hats,
scarves, mittens and blankets
for those in need. 
Don’t knit or crochet? 
We can teach you!
 Contact Linda Marchi.
Quilting Group
Tuesdays
9 AM – Noon
in Fellowship Hall
 
8 to 12 ladies sew and tie both small and large quilts that are given to Veterans,  Vital Links Mission in Vietnam,
the Prison Ministry, graduating seniors and members experiencing
a serious illness.
Contact Sharon Johnson.