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Women’s Connection

The Fullness of Life

August 11 - 13, 2017

We, as women, are made in the image of God, created as physical, emotional/relational, and spiritual beings. Women’s Connection 2017 is a holy time for women to honor who God has created us to be. We hope to provide space for opportunities to nurture mind and body, to connect with community of old friends and new, and to recenter our communal lives and our individual selves in God’s good news. Come as you are.

This year’s conference, featuring Rachel Held Evans, will encourage participants to find grace and renewal through reflection, rest, and community. Conference activities will include worship, fellowship, recreation, rest, and workshops. There will also be a time set aside to study and discuss Rachel’s book together as a conference community.

All Women’s Connection participants will receive a copy of Rachel Held Evans’s book, Searching for Sunday, as part of their registration for the full conference. The book will be mailed to the address that you provide on your registration form. If you are registering more than one person under your name, please contact the conference registrar to provide additional mailing addresses.

Montreat Conference CenterRachel Held Evans is a New York Times best-selling author whose books include Faith Unraveled (2010), A Year of Biblical Womanhood (2012), and Searching for Sunday (2015). Hailing from Dayton, TN — home of the famous Scopes Monkey Trial of 1925 — she writes about faith, doubt, and life in the Bible Belt. Rachel has been featured in The Washington Post, The Guardian, Christianity Today, Slate, The Huffington Post, The CNN Belief Blog, and on NPR, The BBC, The Today Show, and The View. She keeps a busy schedule speaking at churches, conferences, and colleges and universities around the country.

Registration Information

For Women’s Connection conference fees and rates for accommodations, please click on the RATES & REGISTRATION tab above. Before you register, make sure you also look over the list of workshops offered by clicking on the WORKSHOPS tab. For more information about child care and available scholarships, see MORE INFORMATION.

An Evening with Rachel Held Evans

Interested in coming for just Saturday night to hear Rachel? Tickets will be $50 in advance online and $55 on-site. Purchase tickets now for An Evening with Rachel Held Evans.

Please note: If you are registered for the Women’s Connection conference on August 11-13, 2017, this event is included in your conference fee. You do NOT need to purchase tickets separately.

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Rates and Registration

Before you register, make sure you look over the list of workshops offered by clicking on the WORKSHOPS tab above.

You may register for a comprehensive package which includes your conference fee, room, and meals, or if you have your own housing, you may register for the commuter package (see packages below). If you are bringing a large group, please contact the registrar at SusanA@montreat.org or call 828.419.9829 for assistance. Child care registration is separate (please click on the MORE INFORMATION tab above).

All Women’s Connection participants will receive a copy of Rachel Held Evans’s book, Searching for Sunday, as part of their registration for the full conference. The book will be mailed to the address that you provide on your registration form. If you are registering more than one person under your name, please contact the conference registrar to provide additional mailing addresses.

Comprehensive Package

Comprehensive rates below include the Women’s Connection conference fee, room in Assembly Inn, Winsborough, Glen Rock Inn, or Glen Rock Apartment, meals in the Galax Dining Room (Friday supper through Sunday breakfast), plus a $2 community services fee per person for public services provided by the Town and the fire district. Rooms are assigned on a first come, first served basis. After June 30, these rates will increase by $25 per person.

Assembly Inn

  • Double Occupancy, Private Bath: $332.50 per person
  • Single Occupancy, Private Bath: $432.50 per person
  • Double Occupancy, Shared Bath: $320.50 per person
  • Single Occupancy, Shared Bath: $408.50 per person

The Winsborough, Glen Rock Inn, or Glen Rock Apartment

  • Double Occupancy, Shared/Private Bath: $282.50 per person
  • Single Occupancy, Shared/Private Bath: $332.50 per person

Meals for Children

  • Children ages 12 and older: $50.50 per child
  • Children ages 5-11: $25.00 per child
  • Children under 5: no charge

Commuter Package

Commuter rates below include the Women’s Connection conference fee of $180 plus a $2 community services fee per person for public services provided by the Town and the fire district. After June 30, this rate will increase by $25 per person.

  • On or before June 30: $182 per person
  • After June 30: $207 per person

Optional meal packages for the Galax Dining Room may be requested when you register online.

  • $50.50* per person for Friday supper through Sunday breakfast
  • $9.50* per person for Saturday lunch

*These additional charges will be added separately by the registrar.

Refund Policy

Cancellations must be received by July 1 in order to receive a full refund less a $25 service charge. Cancellations received after June 30 but on or before August 4 will receive a 50% refund of the conference fee and payments made toward room and meal charges (if applicable) less $40. No refunds will be issued after August 4. All requests must be in writing and received via email, fax, or U.S. mail.

Contact the Registrar

Questions about conference registration? Email the registrar at SusanA@montreat.org or call 828.419.9829.

Key Leadership

Montreat Conference CenterRachel Held Evans (keynoter) is a New York Times best-selling author whose books include Faith Unraveled (2010), A Year of Biblical Womanhood (2012), and Searching for Sunday (2015). Hailing from Dayton, TN — home of the famous Scopes Monkey Trial of 1925 — she writes about faith, doubt, and life in the Bible Belt. Rachel has been featured in The Washington Post, The Guardian, Christianity Today, Slate, The Huffington Post, The CNN Belief Blog, and on NPR, The BBC, The Today Show, and The View. She keeps a busy schedule speaking at churches, conferences, and colleges and universities around the country.

Montreat Conference CenterRev. Sera Chung (preacher) is an accomplished preacher, musician, and spokesperson for the values of justice and cultural humility. She is the Director of Recruitment at Princeton Theological Seminary, where she leads and manages recruitment efforts while developing qualified candidates for the Seminary’s Master’s Degree programs. Prior to joining Princeton, Sera served as the Associate for Gender and Racial Justice in the Presbyterian Mission Agency of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), where she worked to expand and enrich the church’s relationships across racial, cultural, class, gender, and generational lines. Sera also collaborated with United Nations Agencies and faith-based NGOs on human rights issues during her time with the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations, and also served as an intern pastor at two intercultural congregations: United Presbyterian Church and Iglesia Presbiteriana Nuevas Fronteras of Plainfield, NJ. Sera received her Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary.

Montreat Conference CenterElizabeth Bridges (music leader) is a worship leader at The Grove Presbyterian Church, a small, diverse congregation in east Charlotte, NC. A graduate of Wake Forest University (BA ’88), she has played the guitar most of her life and enjoys writing music for worship teams and children’s programs. Elizabeth and Bob have been married for 27 years and have five (mostly) adult children, including two sons they adopted from Liberia. She spends much of her time volunteering with her church, writing music, and hiking the Montreat trails. Elizabeth and Mollie have led music together for many years and appreciate the opportunity to sing with you!

Montreat Conference CenterMollie James (music leader) lives in Charlotte, NC, with her husband Philip and their three children, Maggie (19), Emma (18), and Eli (11). She practiced law for 17 years before transitioning to the non-profit world in 2012. She is currently the executive director of the Bruce Irons Camp Fund which sends low-income, high-potential kids to overnight summer camp for five summers between 4th and 9th grade. Mollie sings on the worship team at Covenant Presbyterian Church and enjoys every opportunity to lead music with Elizabeth.

Workshop Leaders

Montreat Conference CenterFrances Davis Baldwin, a co-founder of Baldwin Davis Group, is a leadership coach helping people broaden and deepen their leadership capabilities in order to live a more wholehearted life. She is a certified Daring Way Facilitator,™ an experiential methodology created by Dr. Brené Brown to help groups and individuals understand how the courage to be vulnerable transforms the way we live, love, parent, and lead. Frances has worked in health care and related industries for over 35 years.  She earned her BSN from the University of North Carolina and her Masters in Nursing Administration from Duke University. She is also a graduate of Georgetown University’s Leadership Coaching Certification program. She lives in Asheville, NC.

Montreat Conference CenterRev. Veronica E. Cannon, Rev. Cannon is a PC(USA) minister who is currently serving as interim pastor of Paw Creek Presbyterian Church in Charlotte, NC. She has attended and led workshops for several Montreat conferences, National Black Presbyterian Caucus Conventions, and PC(USA) Redevelopment Conferences.  Rev. Cannon served as a commissioner to the Synod of the Mid-Atlantic, and recently completed a third term on the board of directors for the Mountain Retreat Association in Montreat, NC, She is married to the Rev. Dr. Jerry L. Cannon and they have four children. Her interests include reading, arts and crafts, tennis, camping, and travel.

Montreat Conference CenterAs an artist, retreat leader, and worship consultant, Lisle Gwynn Garrity works with communities of all kinds across the nation. She is the founder and creative director of A Sanctified Art LLC, a collaborative arts ministry providing multimedia resources for churches. Having completed master’s degrees in divinity and practical theology (with specialization in arts and theology), she approaches her work as an artist primarily through the lenses of pastor and theologian. Residing in Black Mountain, NC, with her husband and pup, Max, she has a deep love for exploring mountains, creative opportunities of all kinds, and new ways to be church.

Montreat Conference CenterKatie Hay, E-RYT-200 & RYT-500, teaches group yoga classes and private yoga therapy sessions at Black Mountain Yoga and throughout WNC. She received a 500 hour advanced studies in yoga teaching certification with an emphasis on Yoga Therapy in 2015 from the Asheville Yoga Center after completing a 200 hour yoga teaching certification at Tranquil Space in Washington, DC in 2010. She combines her knowledge of anatomy and physiology, psychology and yogic philosophy in her unique and authentic teaching style. Katie’s yoga teaching has been described as supportive and inspiring, with clear and knowledgeable instruction. She encourages students to build their inner awareness, develop a mind-body connection, and to move through their practice with intention.

Montreat Conference CenterGail Henderson-Belsito is a writer, teacher, student, mother, wife, and fearless solo traveler. She is a seminary student at Union Presbyterian Seminary and has lived in Charlotte, NC, with her husband, two children, and a teeny tiny little beast of a dog, since late 2002. She is an avid collector of pens – #penhoarder – and has more than 250 pens hidden in various places around her house, in her oversized purses, and in her car. She blogs at silvermine.blogspot.com.

Montreat Conference CenterRev. Dawn Martin Hyde preaches and comes up with ideas at Downtown Church in Columbia, SC.  A native of the Carolinas, she spent the last five years serving a church in San Francisco, CA. Just this January, she returned “home.” The three things she can’t live without are: good coffee, running, and long hair. You’ll have to spend some time with her to see why the hair matters. Dawn’s got a heart for caring for people and is excited to connect with other women in ministry around issues of care support.

Montreat Conference CenterRev. Veronica M. Johnson serves as associate pastor of discipleship at Greater Bethesda Missionary Baptist Church.  She is also the senior director of admissions and enrollment at McCormick Theological Seminary. At Greater Bethesda Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. Johnson develops and teaches classes on discipleship and spiritual gifts, and teaches weekly Bible study.  At McCormick Theological Seminary, Rev. Johnson supports God’s people in their discernment regarding ministry and theological education.  She has a passion for education, social justice, and most of all for preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ which liberates us.

Montreat Conference CenterA lifelong, part-time Montreater, Alice Boggs Lentz now creates a next-chapter life in Montreat full-time, as she and her late husband had planned to do together.  Mother of their daughter and son (daughter-in-law from Denmark), Lentz has worked for many years in global project management, focusing on economic development in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, on bilingual teaching-tools for children, and on support for first-generation college, low-income students for college access/success.  Dr. Lentz has earned the BA, MA, MBA, and EdD degrees.

Montreat Conference CenterRev. Anna McArthur lives outside of Athens, GA, with her husband and four rowdy children. She’s a Presbyterian minister, a wannabe farmer, and a blogger. Prior to adopting  twin girls, she served as the Presbyterian campus minister at UGA. Anna loves to garden, hike, practice yoga and dance with her kids. You can find me blogging at lovemeansshowingup.com.

Montreat Conference CenterRev. Cate Church Norman currently works as the interim campus minister for Presbyterian Campus Ministry in Raleigh, NC, where spends her days and nights hanging out with college students from several campuses.  Cate has also spent many years serving as a spiritual director helping folks expand their spiritual practices in order to deepen their relationship with God.  Cate has served as an associate pastor in churches in Durham and Cary, NC, and has been on staff at the Haden Institute in the Spiritual Director training program.  She is an avid yoga practitioner and a sometimes yoga teacher and has found practices of other faiths that have deeply enriched her spiritual life.  Cate is the mother of two wild and wonderful middle school boys and the wife of her college sweetheart.

Montreat Conference CenterMary-Todd Peters is a certified Christian educator and ruling elder who currently serves as director of Christian education at New Hope Presbyterian Church in Chapel Hill and as a consultant in areas of education, youth ministry, and provides retreat leadership.  Her greatest joys are her three daughters and spending time in Montreat. She enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, cheering on the Tarheels, swimming, and vacationing in the mountains and on the coast of NC.

Montreat Conference CenterRev. Margie Boyd Stansell is a PC(USA) minister who is currently living in Black Mountain.   She spends as much time as possible hiking and volunteering in the community with Habitat for Humanity and Bounty and Soul.  She is especially interested in native wildflowers and plants.


Montreat Conference CenterRev. Holly Tickle is a licensed marriage and family therapist and clinical member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. She received a BA in psychology/religion from Flagler College (1983), and a MDiv from Columbia Theological Seminary with specialized training in pastoral care and  counseling in 1990. Holly has been an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) since 1990, and has a private practice with North Georgia Family Counseling Centers.

Montreat Conference CenterRev. Floretta L. Watkins is a PC(USA) minister and graduate of Johnson C. Smith Seminary of the Interdenominational Theological Seminary. She began her vocational service to the church in campus ministry at South Carolina State University and Claflin College, and has served churches in Lancaster, SC, and Rock Hill, SC. In 1997, Rev. Watkins was commissioned to the rank of 1st Lieutenant in the USAF National Guard as the first African American female chaplain, and is now deputy wing chaplain to the 145th Air National Guard as a major. Currently, Rev. Watkins serves Seigle Avenue Presbyterian Church.  Known for its interracial make-up, Reverend Watkins opened the doors for more inclusion and acceptance of all of God’s children to become an affirming church for LGBTQ members and officers.

Workshop Descriptions

Workshops are optional. Everyone is invited to sign up for two workshops. Workshop times are on Saturday at 10:45 AM and 2:00 PM. They are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Click on the LEADERSHIP tab above for more information about our workshop leaders. (If you’ve already registered for the conference, but haven’t signed up for your workshops, click here.)

1.) The Fullness of Life: Keeping a Written Record
Richard Peace wrote: “Anyone who has chosen to follow Christ has a very definite and specific goal in life – to become conformed to the image of Jesus Christ – and journaling can help us attain that goal.” In this workshop, we will explore various ways to journal our interactions with Scripture, our prayers, and the process of being conformed into the image of The Author and Finisher of our Faith (pun intended). Together we will reflect on the goodness of God, the fullness of life, and the ways in which we are being transformed. Bring a notebook, your favorite pen, and an open heart.  Led by Gail Henderson-Belsito

2.) Comfort and Connection for Those Who Grieve
Matthew 5:4 Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.
Grief can isolate us from connection with others – or it can guide us into shared experiences of the journey of life. In this time together, we will share our stories and offer comfort and care to those who grieve. We will reflect on spiritual resources that can be helpful in times of grief. We will connect in our common experience and offer support to one another. This time will be specifically addressing grief over the death of a loved one but others who grieve in different ways (divorce, loss of health, loss of job and more) are welcome to join. Led by Holly Tickle

3.) Slow Flow Yoga
(The 10:45 am and 2:00 pm workshops are FULL)
This all-levels yoga workshop is the perfect way to take care of your mind, body, and spirit. Join Katie for a practice of basic yoga postures, breathing, and meditation. Strengthen, stretch, and center. This workshop is open to beginners and seasoned yogis alike.  Some yoga mats provided. You may also bring your own mat or towel. Wear comfortable clothes you can move in. Led by Katie Hay

4.) Life Drain: Addiction
Addiction is physical, emotional, relational, and spiritual. Having a loved one who is experiencing addiction is painful and affects us on all levels. This workshop will facilitate discussion about addiction; what we can and cannot do for those we love who are struggling with addiction, and what we can do to help ourselves. Time for reflection will be provided. (This is not a Twelve Step Group.) Led by Mary Todd Peters

5.) Women Answering the Call to “Be Ye Steadfast”
Support for Clergywomen/Women in Leadership in the Church
As women in ministry and in church leadership, we often face resistance from the moment we ponder serving God in the church or in faith-based leadership. Sometimes this resistance is from external forces, and sometimes it is resistance from within. The teaching that God does not call women into ministry has been so ingrained into Christian teachings as “gospel” that it permeates many Christian communities, even those who claimed to have accepted women in ministry and Christian leadership years ago. In 1 Corinthians 15:18 (NIV) the apostle Paul says, “Therefore, my dear brothers and sisters, stand firm (“be ye steadfast” – KJV). Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain.” How do we as women navigate the obstacles, pitfalls, and land mines in our paths so that we can be “steadfast” in the work that God has called us to do? As a participant in this workshop, through the use of Bible exegesis, case studies, individual and group activities, sharing and collaboration, you will:

  • Determine your response to naysayers for women in ministry, including whether you will respond at all.
  • Discover ways to address self-doubt.
  • Build your confidence, courage, and abilities to be effective in ministry and church leadership.
  • Discover ways to identify and work with mentors and supporters who have your best interest in mind and are willing to support your development.
  • Discover ways to address unacceptable behaviors and treatment.
  • Identify opportunities for ministry in safe spaces, and opportunities to break down barriers in unsafe spaces.
  • Gain tips, tools, and suggestions for being the best you, you can be, as you serve God and God’s people.

Led by Veronica Johnson

6.) Spiritual Discipline of Prayer
It remains the elusive discipline of many spiritual disciplines Christians practice in their daily lives.  Yes, it is the spiritual discipline of prayer.  For many, prayer is difficult to achieve.  Why?  Well, for many, prayer is not easy.  “I don’t know how to pray.” “What am I supposed to pray about?” “Are there passages of Scripture that can help me when I pray?” “I get nervous and feel like I will make a fool of myself if I pray publicly.” “My prayers are not beautiful or flowery; will God still hear my prayer?” “How do I know I am praying for the right thing, with the right intentions?”  Does this sound like you?  Do you long for more intimacy with God?  Well, have no fear.  We will address all of these concerns and any others you may have in this workshop.  If you do not know what to pray for, who to pray for, and most especially how to pray, or you are finding that time to pray is hard to do, this workshop is for you!  In this workshop, we are going to discover practical ways to approach prayer in many of its aspects.  We will learn how to pray, what is involved in a prayerful life, and we will have Scripture references provided to help us pray for certain situations we may face.  Come and seek what a life of spiritual discipline in prayer can really look like an uncover the power that prayer holds for us as disciples of Christ.  Let’s change your world for the better as we draw closer to God through prayer.  Led by Veronica Cannon

7.) The Arc of Our Woman-Life (Through the Lens of Mountain Magic)
This workshop will engage participants in consideration of the “Fullness of Life” theme at various points along the arc of a life cycle. Leading the workshop is Alice Boggs Lentz, who will read her children’s book, Mountain Magic: A Family’s Legacy of Faith (Thomas Nelson, 1998). This story recalls a family’s gatherings in the mountains over five generations – starting with the youngsters’ anticipation of the first visit at Grandmother’s house and reflected in escapades and experiences each summer thereafter.  Participants will explore topics of family, legacy, and faith, both from their own perspectives and from those of the story’s characters. Participants in the Arc of Our Woman-Life workshop will gather at the Montreat labyrinth – the perfect setting for contemplation of the collective insights shared. Led by Alice Boggs Lentz

8.) Soul Care for Mamas
This workshop will be a conversation about how to care for ourselves as we care for others. Anna will share some of her experiences as a mom of adopted children and offer reassurance that having teenagers is actually pretty great. Sometimes, parenting workshops can lead to a “compare and despair” mentality. This will not be that kind of workshop. The leader, Anna McArthur, once accidentally left her child at home as she rushed to church to teach a class about parenting. Expect humor, grace, and encouragement. Led by Anna McArthur

9.) Care for Caregivers
Have you heard of compassion fatigue? If you care for others, you probably suffer from it. Compassion fatigue is an extreme state of tension and preoccupation with the suffering of others. It can create secondary traumatic stress for the caregiver. In this workshop, we’ll talk through case studies of caregiving and discuss how it affects us, the caregiver. We’ll name and triage our responses and we’ll explore biblical stories of healing. After some years of ministering, Dawn now lives by the motto: “Jesus is Lord, I am not.” It helps clarify for her when to let go of the trauma and stress she carries for others and acknowledge that Jesus has already got this! If you care for people and perhaps, have the tendency to let others take priority over your own self-care, this workshop is for you. Led by Dawn Hyde

10.) Hiking
(The 10:45 am and 2:00 pm workshops are FULL)
Join us as we combine hiking and spiritual reflection on two Montreat trails. On Saturday morning, we will gather at the memorial garden by the Montreat Gate and hike the Gate Trail and Elizabeth’s Path, an easy, hour-long hike to the conference center.  On Saturday afternoon, we will hike the Lower Piney Trail, a moderate, longer hike which begins at the Graybeard Trailhead.  Both hikes will include time for prayer, scripture, and reflection.  Shuttle transportation to the gate and to the trailhead will be available. Please wear sturdy hiking/walking shoes and bring a full water bottle, sunscreen, and whatever else you want to be comfortable on the hike. Hikes will happen rain or shine and only be canceled in the event of lightening. Led by Margie Boyd Stansell

11.) The Fullness of Life through Liturgical Art
We can easily live disembodied lives, disconnecting our hearts from our hands, our creativity from our identities, our faith from the daily routines of our lives. Come explore integration of your body, mind, and soul through the messy and beautiful elements of the creatives process. Through a collaborative group process, participants will create art to be installed in Anderson Auditorium for worship. Participants are encouraged to attend both sessions of this workshop to complete the art. All are welcome, especially those who claim to have no artistic abilities. Led by Lisle Gwynn Garrity

12.) Confronting Chaos: Gender Perceptions and Women’s Leadership
Over the past year, our nation has experienced a divisive election in which racism, xenophobia, and religious bigotry were a constant. There seems to not only be a glass ceiling but a glass cliff that affect women and the perceived expectations and liabilities when women serve in high leadership positions. Join us for this exciting workshop as we talk about the perceptions we carry about women in leadership, our expectations, women’s experiences, and how we can empower each other be the leaders God has called and equipped us to be. Led by Floretta Watkins

13.) Where East Meets West: Contemplative Practices for Enriching Your Spiritual Life 
(The 10:45 am and 2:00 pm workshops are FULL)

In our lives as friends, sisters, daughters, mothers, lovers, workers and caretakers, we can get lost in the busy landscape of it all.  We make time for others, while losing our way a bit spiritually.  Come explore some simple ways we can come back to ourselves and to a deeper relationship with God.  In this sampler of spiritual practices, grounded in our own Christian faith tradition, we’ll borrow contemplative practices from other traditions in the East and the West to help enrich our own life of faith. Led by Cate Church Norman

14.) How Values Light our Path
“Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path.” -Psalm 119:105. “A value is a way of being or believing that you hold most Important.” -Brené Brown. In this 75 minute experiential workshop, the participant will:

  1. Determine her own three, individual CORE values, understanding how we are connected to something higher and more meaningful than we may once have understood. Our values are linked to our sense of who we are and what matter most to us. For example,
    a. What do I stand for? Why?
    b. What do I believe in? Why?
    c. What makes me jump for joy? Weep? Why?
  2. Look at how your core values have changed over your life.
  3. Assess what practices support those core values and how are these values being honored?
  4. Look at how she recognizes that she is dropping one of those values
  5. Using the metaphorical lantern, draw the flame, protections, and handle as a symbol to remind each of us the power of the lamp at our feet.

Much of this work is based on Brené Brown’s research and exercises found in The Daring Way.™ Led by Frances Davis Baldwin

Other Housing Information

Find out more about other housing options available in Montreat.

Scholarship Information

Montreat offers a few scholarships for this conference. Contact Susan Akduman for more information and an application at susana@montreat.org.

Child Care Information

Child care for Women’s Connection participants will be available for an additional fee. Pre-registration is required. Register online now!

Child Care Fees:

  • $70 for children six months thru preschool age
  • $65 for children completed kindergarten and older

Questions? Please email the child care coordinator at childcare@montreat.org.


Download the Women’s Connection 2017 flier here.