Northwest Pilgrims

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FAQ

What is Northwest Pilgrims?

Northwest Pilgrims is an annual gathering of women who are interested in the intersection of women and Mormonism.  We come together from around the Pacific Northwest (and beyond), from all levels of orthodoxy, activity, and belief to share in a safe space.  NW Pilgrims is dedicated to learning, growing together, and giving each one of us a voice and a place to be heard.

 

What is included with registration?

1) All conference sessions and activities

2) Lodging for Friday and Saturday nights (unless you select 'No Lodging' or 'Saturday Only' packages)

3) Breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday and Breakfast and lunch on Sunday ('Saturday Only' includes lunch and dinner on Saturday).



What should I bring to the retreat?

1) Clothing and toiletries (the conference center will provide towels, soap, linens, and bedding). Dress for all sessions is comfortable casual. The Seabeck Center is surrounded by lovely grounds, so bring shoes and clothing that will allow you to enjoy them.

2) Be prepared to introduce yourself.

3) Your sense of humor, adventurous spirit, and love for all of your sisters. 

Policies

Who can attend?

-Any woman over the age of 18 and non-mobile, nursing babies

Refund Policy

-No refunds after registration closes on February 27 unless we have people on the waitlist willing to take your spot.  Registration is transferable if you find someone to take your slot, but the two of you are responsible for financial arrangements.

2019 Retreat - March 29-31

Hello Pilgrims -- we are happy to announce our keynote speaker for the Northwest Pilgrims retreat on March 29-31, 2019. We are excited to have artist, author, and blogger, Ashlee Mae Hoiland as our keynote speaker.  Ashlee (aka Ashmae) is the author of 100 Birds Taught Me to Fly as well as the creator of some amazing art (my favorite is the beautiful pack of We Brave Women cards).

Registration will be open January 7, 2019 - Feb. 27, 2019.

Donations

Donation to Northwest Pilgrims General Fund
Helping Hands Fund (help cover registration for someone who can't afford full price)