2016 Bartlesville, Oklahoma Stake Women’s Conference


2016confinvite2b***Please note:  Some files have yet to be linked but will be available here as the teachers make them available to me as the conference approaches or concludes.


2016 Women’s Conference Program (downloadable PDF)

Watch “A Light on a Hill” Video by Jenny Phillips

2016 Service Project #1: Refugee Service basket donations.  For more information about Refugee Services in the Tulsa, Oklahoma region, please visit Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Tulsa, who handle all refugee aid in the area. We are collecting dish sets, silverware, towels, glasses and other kitchen items for displaced refugees.  Items do not need to be new but need to be in good condition. For information on your ward or branch’s donation (which may vary), please contact your Relief Society presidency.

2016 Service Project #2:  Bring canned goods to the conference on Saturday and we will collect and deliver them to the Lighthouse Outreach Center.

Patterns of Light: Facets of Daily Life — taught by Therese Rawlinson

  • Hebrews, Chapter 11
  • Personal stories
  • Talk: Be an Example and a Light by President Thomas S. Monson, Oct. 2015 Ensign

Lighten Up: How to Live More Joyfully — taught by Kimberly Jordan

  • Psalms 34:4-5
  • Mosiah 7:19

Let Your Light Shine: Recognizing & Sharing Your Talents — taught by Amylyn Baird

The Lord is My Light: Following the Savior — taught by Nicki Murnan

Celestial Light: Temples — taught by Steven & Heather Southward

southward1 southward2southward3Kindle Your Light: Take Time to be Holy — taught by Marcia Lopeman


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