If you’re a regular here, you probably have read about the awesome Mormon women’s retreats that take place in a few places around the country: Exponent II, Midwest Pilgrims, the Rocky Mountain Retreat, Sophia Gathering, etc.
And if you live in the northwestern U.S., you might just be a little jealous. Pine away no more, my sisters: a group of awesome Seattle women have just put together the first Northwest Pilgrims women’s retreat, to be held March 7-9, 2014.
Registration is now open through Feb. 5, although space is limited. Maxine Hanks, Mormon scholar and theologian, will be the keynote speaker. There will also be several additional workshops and discussions. The retreat will be held near Seattle at the Seabeck Conference Center (about an hour and a half drive from Seattle). The facilities are located on 90 beautiful acres with sweeping views of Hood Canal and the Olympic Mountains.
To register or for more information, please visit www.northwestpilgrims.com.