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Golden Harvest Zone

Zone Officers

Anita Long, President
Living Word, The Woodlands

Linda Brown, Vice President (Mission Service)
Epiphany, Houston

Waldean Richter, Treasurer
Salem, Tomball

Megan Diedrich, Secretary
Resurrection, Spring
The Reverend Daniel Quinn, Pastoral Counselor
Living Word, The Woodlands

Sandy Miller, Christian Life
Epiphany Lutheran Church, Houston

Vacant, Leader (Member) Development

April Ramsey, GLC (Girls Loving Christ)
Memorial, Katy
Golden Harvest Zone Member Churches
Cross of Christ, Waller
Epiphany, Houston
Family of Faith, Houston
Living Word, The Woodlands
Memorial, Katy
Resurrection, Spring
Salem, Tomball
St. John, Cypress
St. Paul, Magnolia
Trinity, Klein

Looking Ahead

The Epiphany Day Lilies are working on an ongoing project for clothing protectors for Bethesda Lutheran Communities in Cypress.  A Thrivent action team provided us with material and now we are getting them ready to sew.  We hope to make about 90 this year.  

Some of our Epiphany Day Lilies will be helping with a VBS for the residents at Bethesda on August 2-3 from 9-12am.  We are looking for more volunteers to assist the residents, along with the staff of Bethesda, please contact Linda Brown, or Sandy Miller,

Looking Back


Approximately 65 women from the ten Golden Harvest Zone member churches were privileged to attend and participate in the Spring Rally.
The Rally devotion, led by Pastor Gene Johnson, a member of Trinity’s ministry staff, was based on Jeremiah 29:11 “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “…plans to give you hope and a future” and led directly into the program on Kenyan Schools of Hope.
Speaker Jeanne Carmichael spoke about the construction of the Ewaso Osiligi Center which seeks to provide a sanctuary for young girls who are suffering female genital mutilation and forced early marriage. These practices dramatically impact the lives and well-being of the Maasai girl population.”  
The Vision and Purpose statement of the Kenyan schools is as follows: “Kenyan Schools of Hope believes every child should have a place to feel safe, be loved, and have the opportunity reach their potential. SAFETY. HOPE. EDUCATION.”
The new center, containing both classrooms and dormitory space, will impact 80 female students (both local and rescue) and 50 male day students. The Center will also serve as a community water resource and a community education center.  For more information, see


Golden Harvest Zone member societies contributed to LWR again this year by preparing and packing the following: 145 quilts, nine fleece/blankets, 601 school kits, 1,077 personal care kits, 262 baby kits, 30 fabric kits and 188.75 lbs. of soap. 

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