2020 GBC Women's Conference Registration
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We are so happy that you will be joining us March 6-8, 2020 for our women's conference in beautiful downtown Williamsburg at the Wyndham Fort Magruder Hotel!
Cost (Price is per person and Includes your hotel room for two nights, 3 meals, and conference cost):
Early Bird Pricing (Nov 1-Dec 8):
Single - $260
Double - $150
Standard Pricing (Dec 9-Feb 1):
Single - $260
Double - $175
NOTE: Hotel rooms have two Double Beds, and the rooms are not huge. For that reason, we strongly discourage triple and quadruple occupancy. If you really prefer this option, we can accommodate you for the slightly discounted rates below:
Triple - $135/$150
Quad - $115/$135
**Please note that this conference is open to ladies 18 and older who have graduated high school**
In order to register, please complete this form and pay the full amount to secure your space. Payments may be placed starting November 3 in the wooden box in the Book Nook area between first and second service (not in the offering boxes). You are NOT registered for the conference until payment is received.
Checks should be made out to Grace Bible Church with "'Women's Conference" in the memo section.
Cash should be placed in an envelope with "Women's Conference" AND your name on it.
If mailing checks to Church Office – be sure to put “Women’s Conference” both on envelope and on memo line.
Do not combine with your GBC giving
Do not pay through online giving
Check-in begins at 4 pm Friday. Please plan to arrive between 4-6pm, and get dinner on your own before the first session begins. A more detailed schedule will be sent to all attendees closer to the conference.
List of Registrants:
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If you have any additional questions, please contact Emily Smith at
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