Relief Society

What is the Relief Society?

 The Relief Society was founded on March 17th, 1842 in Joseph' Smith's Store in Nauvoo Illinois by his wife Emma (Hale) Smith. 

The Relief Society is a women's organization in the Church which helps other women, families and people in need including humanitarian aid world-wide.

Today the Relief Society is world-wide in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. It involves all women ages 18 and older.

Relief Society President - Sister J. Baker

1st Counselor - Sister S. Burris

2nd Counselor - Sister M. Potter

Secretary - Sister B. Collett

Lyons Ward Relief Society Sunday Lesson Schedule

The Lessons are talks that were given in the April General Conference. 

These Articles are found in the November 2019 Ensign.

General Conference Teaching For Our Time (TFOT) Changes Again in November 2019 

November 10th     “To Be Announced"  (November 2019 Ensign)  Sister Geraldine Rouse 

November 24th     “To Be Announced" (November 2019 Ensign)  Sister Angela Romriell 

December 8th         “To Be Announced"  (November 2019 Ensign)  Sister Svetlana Burris 

December 22nd     “To Be Announced"  (November 2019 Ensign)  Sister Marge Lucia  


Monthly Wednesday activities


Relief Society Activities

The Relief Society women meet once a month, on a Wednesday, for an activity. Sometimes they do crafts, dinners, movies, games, service projects and so on.

The activity is held on a Wednesday night. Below are the dates of  those activities.

Dates of Upcoming Activities


December 11th