Mormon women leaders speak at conference in New Jersey
Kristin Murphy, Deseret News
Women of all ages from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Morristown, New Jersey, gathered on May 16 to be instructed by leaders of the church’s Primary, Young Women and Relief Society general presidencies.
Sister Cheryl A. Esplin, second counselor in the Primary general presidency; Sister Carol F. McConkie, first counselor in the Young Women general presidency; and Sister Carole M. Stephens, first counselor in the Relief Society general presidency, participated in an all-day meeting in which they expressed the importance of learning to rely on each other, NJ.com reported.
"We are a sisterhood," Sister McConkie said. "We need to pull together to strengthen one another as daughters, mothers and sisters."
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