PathwayConnect Booth at BYU Women’s Conference Attracts Hundreds

Pathway missionaries and volunteers come together to answer the question, “Is PathwayConnect for Me?”

PROVO, Utah — Pathway missionaries hosted a PathwayConnect booth as a sharing station at BYU’s 2016 Women’s Conference on April 28 and 29. Pathway missionaries Nannette Wiggins, Alice Walker, and Ruth Ann Durrant, along with volunteer Jane Mack, shared the purpose of PathwayConnect to an estimated 400 women during the two-day conference. Many of the women who stopped at the booth were former PathwayConnect students or were seeking further information on the program.

The four women contributed 18.5 hours to preparing informational pieces and setting up the exhibit; and another 20 hours at the event. “We had a marvelous experience,” said Wiggins. “Our testimonies were strengthened, and we were reminded of the great need of education among the sisters of the Church.”

The sharing stations are an annual event in Provo, Utah. Sisters from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints come together to display and share ideas, crafts, opportunities, and more. The event was co-sponsored by the Relief Society.

For more information about the “Is PathwayConnect for Me” booth, click here.

Read Sister Wiggins’ blog post about the booth.

Pathway service missionaries hosted Pathway booth at BYU 2016 Women's Conference

Pathway service missionaries hosted PathwayConnect booth at BYU 2016 Women’s Conference