2018 UB Women’s Conference

Registration is now open for the 2018 UB Women’s Conference. Click on the button at the right to register.

The UB Women’s Conference is held every two years. Nearly 250 women attended the 2016 conference in Gettysburg, Pa. The next conference will be held in 2018 in Toledo, Ohio. Here are the details.

September 28-30, 2018
Toledo, Ohio.

As with the last few conferences, things get started on Friday afternoon and conclude on Sunday morning.

Registration is now open for the 2018 Women’s Conference.

Cost

The registration cost depends on how many people are in the room–4, 3, 2, or 1.

Super Early Bird pricing until April 28

Quad – $175 | Triple – $200 | Double – $250 | Single – $400

Still Early Bird pricing begins April 29 till July 28

Quad – $200 | Triple – $225 | Double – $275 | Single – $425

Regular Pricing begins July 29 and is available until the event is sold out

Quad – $225 | Triple – $250 | Double – $300 | Single – $450

$25 locks in your Super Early Bird rates. Price includes two nights at the Renaissance Toledo, two days valet parking, Saturday and Sunday breakfast, one lunch and one dinner, and all sessions.

We have a pay-as-you-go option, like a conference lay-away program. Pay $25 every month, starting in January, and you’ll be all paid up by September for a quad room!

Pastor’s Wife Discount
The first 20 pastors’ wives to register will get a $50 discount. We thank the Phronsie Hazen fund for this benefit to our pastors’ wives!

Promotion Resources

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Schedule

Friday
7:00 – Evening session

Saturday
7:30 am – Breakfast
9:00 am – Workshops/Morning session
Noon
1:00 pm – Free time
5:00 pm – Dinner
7:00 pm – Evening session

Sunday
7:30 am – Breakfast
9:00 am – Morning session
11:00 am – Dismissal

Restoration Auction

How does the auction work? Groups or individuals bring items to be auctioned along with an approximate value. Everyone will be assigned a number and and can bid throughout the weekend on bidding sheets. Items are awarded before the evening session on Saturday.

Option 1
Bring a restored item, something that has been remade, rebuilt, or repurposed. It can be a craft or a piece of art. Get creative!

Option 2
Think about other kinds of restoration. Here are some ideas to get you started…

  • Restoration for the Soul and Spirit: Bible study books, journals, music…
  • Restoration of the Body: bath bombs, lotions, scrubs, aloe socks…
  • Restoration for couples: couples’ devotionals, restaurant gift cards or popcorn/movie
  • baskets for date nights…

Do restored items have to be homemade? Heavens no! We’re not all crafty. Where does the money go? The money raised offsets the cost of the conference so we can keep the price as low as possible. And it’s fun!

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