The magazine, Tapestry, for women of Lutheran Church-Canada and their friends is published quarterly by Lutheran Women’s Missionary League–Canada (LWMLC). In it you will find stories from the mission field (both information about the work and stories from women who work in the field), personal faith journeys revealing women’s hopes, struggles, fears and celebrations, as well as studies to help you dig into God’s Word, either individually or in small groups.
Tapestry’s stated purpose is to “weave women together in Christ.” In so doing it strives to support readers as they grow in God’s Word, serve God’s people and share God’s Son. Tapestry can also serve you in sharing the good news of Jesus with others as you tell others about the magazine’s content, perhaps even giving them a subscription as a gift.
Tapestry has been and continues to be available in regular and large print and as an audio CD or MP3 file. You may also subscribe to a digital copy received by email.
On this page you will also find how to SUBSCRIBE, CONTRIBUTE CONTENT, PROMOTE AND ADVERTISE.
Tapestry is published quarterly with the subscription year beginning with the Fall issue. If you subscribe part way through the year you will pay the appropriate portion of the full year’s subscription to fit your renewal date into the regular cycle of renewals.
Writers, illustrators and photographers are welcome to submit original work for consideration.
- Please note that while each issue has a specific theme, submissions on a seasonal or mission theme are also accepted.
If you enjoy Tapestry we encourage you to invite others to order it as well. Or purchase a one-year subscription as a gift. Societies are encouraged to consider ordering a gift subscription for a woman new to their congregation as a help in introducing them to LWMLC.
Organizations and individuals, particularly those who are part of the church, are welcome to advertise in Tapestry. Contact the editor-in-chief for advertising rates.
LWML-Canada Ladies Pack Tapestry for distribution during the pandemic.