Mission Sigma Phi Lambda exists for the sole purpose of glorifying our Lord Jesus Christ and making His name great. Sisters for the Lord is an organization of women where fellowship with our most high God is fostered by growth in unity with one another. We seek to provide a source of fellowship to Christian women who sincerely seek to know His person, His will, and His ways.
About Sigma Phi Lambda
Founded in 1988 at the University of Texas at Austin, Sigma Phi Lambda is a sorority that strives to glorify God by providing a source of fellowship for Christian college women who sincerely seek Him in everything. It is a non-denominational organization of sisters where fellowship with our most high God and with each other is sought. Through weekly meetings that include worship, encouragement, fellowship, and accountability, Phi Lamb provides an deep, lasting bond of sisterhood to those who desire it. There are now 25 active chapters of Phi Lamb in seven states, making it the largest Christian sorority in the country. For more information, see the national Sigma Phi Lambda website atwww.sigma-phi-lambda.com.
Our Founding Mothers Current Officers
The Alpha Gamma chapter of Sigma Phi Lambda was started at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN in 2008 by Maddie Spellman, Brittany Norman, Shauna Sivey, Emily Green, Kimberly Collins, Elizabeth Muffly, Austin Langley, Allie Pelkie, and Lauren McDuffie. Since then, the chapter has grown to include 33 sisters at present.
President - Emily Summerbell
Vice President - Juliana Musselman
Chaplain - April Wade
Secretary - Hillary Rosenjack
Treasurer - Kayla Swatzell