The ladies of the parish are active in rosters for cleaning the church, hall and flowers for each Sunday. They serve morning tea following each 8.00 a.m. service, and this creates a very friendly atmosphere, and gives everyone the opportunity to talk to others.
Cake stalls are usually held whenever voting days are on as voting is held in the church halls. Proceeds from the work goes to the church and hall and is donated to zone and district projects as well as other projects like ‘Lutherans for Life’ and ‘Lutheran Radio and TV. ’We really appreciate our Pastor’s leadership in Bible studies as we go about our service for the church. We support the L.W.A. and L.Y.Q. regional projects, and many other projects, such as Mission for the Blind, L.W.S., Tract Mission, Media and Radio, and Blue Nurses. We support our own congregation by supplying tapes, song and hymn books, and other needs of our church family. Functions are held where we invite other local fellowships.
Bethlehem, Woongoolba Ladies Fellowship
Our ladies fellowship meets on the 4th Thursday of each month at 9.00a.m. We commence with Bible study from our magazine called “Lutheran Women”, and then a morning of fellowship is enjoyed by all. Our fellowship is part of a zone which reaches from Brisbane to southern end of the Gold Coast. We enjoy attending functions held by various other fellowships, and in turn invite them to join us.
Everyone is most welcome to join us. Please phone Cathy Berndt on (07) 5546 2266 for more information.
St. Peter’s Alberton Ladies Fellowship
The First ladies fellowship was formed in 1936 and has been active to this present day providing for the missions, various charitable arms of the church and community as well as material needs for the church and hall.
We meet on the first Monday of the month for a bible study and business meeting and the third Monday of the month for a morning cuppa and a chat. All meetings begin at 9.30.a.m. Some of our meetings are held at the hall and others are in members homes. This is a wonderful cross section of women from our young mums to our Great Grandmothers.