The earliest Sunday bulletin in the Church's archives is dated October 6, 1940. In it are announcements from two women's groups. The Women's Missionary Society had bylaws, minutes, elected officers, attendance as high as 50, and they had a bazaar scheduled. But there is no history beyond that.
The Electa Owen Sunday School Class was taught by Electa Owen. There are minutes showing they met Sundays for Bible study and the first Monday of the month for fellowship. They also had bylaws, minutes, and elected officers. Their work was for the Church, the Community, and the World and their motto, “To cultivate the spirit of Christ in every area of human life beginning with our own lives and reaching out into home and community and uttermost parts of the earth.”
They made goods for an annual bazaar and they used the proceeds to purchase hundreds of items for the church and their community and world philanthropies. They created the Women's Guild as a sister organization with their primary purpose of service: cutting and sewing of baby gowns, baby quilts, and wrapping blankets; and making scrapbooks for children.