A printable PDF can be found at the end of this article.


Purple and Gold


Designed by Mrs. Quinn Dennis, Huron, SD. Adopted in Convention 1947, Chicago, IL 

Seal: Bible with LWML in front of cross, surrounded by circles


First Logo

Adopted June 1991

LWML first logo: stylized LWML with LCMS Cross behind it.


Current Logo

Adopted June 2017

LWML current logo: icon of heart, drop, cross, next to LWML Lutheran Women in Mission


Official Membership Pin

nullThe LWML Official Membership pin is composed of interlocking elements representing the past, present, and future. The different textures on each of the interlocking elements symbolize the diverse cultures of the women of LWML. The triangle, representing the Triune God above, connects with the circles which stand for the world and eternity. The point where all intersect is marked with the cross, Christ, as the center of our lives. 

Adopted July 2001


Young Woman Representative Pin

nullThe double links represent LWML women of all ages who are joyfully united in spirit and purpose. While each member is different, in Christ all are linked together, complementing one another’s gifts, talents, and strengths.  

Adopted June 1997 

(Districts are encouraged to send a Young Woman Representative (YWR) to each national convention. A smaller version of the pin is available for YWRs to district conventions.) 


Heart to Heart Sisters Logo and Pin


The LWML recognizes there are gifted multicultural women serving with joy and passion in many multicultural ministries throughout The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.

We are committed to assisting LWML Districts in establishing Heart to Heart Sisters programs so multicultural women may mutually encourage one another, support each other, and work together, living out the beautiful diversity that is the body of Christ.


View printable PDF of this article, Symbols of LWML

View logos and style guide information.

View the video of the LWML logo through the years with the logo reveal video first shown at the 2017 LWML Convention