Allegheny Pilgrims is an annual gathering of current and former LDS women. An off-shoot of Midwest Pilgrims, this group was created to serve the Mid-Atlantic region (and beyond). Allegheny Pilgrims provides a safe space to learn from, vent to, strengthen, support, and enjoy each other as we navigate our identities as Mormons and as women.
Visio Divina: Using Images for Reflection in our Spiritual Lives
Nancy Ross is a faculty member in the Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences Department at Dixie State University, where she has been teaching for 13 years. Her degrees are in art history but she moonlights as a sociologist of religion. She recently co-edited a book with Sara K.S. Hanks titled "Where We Must Stand: Ten Years of Feminist Mormon Housewives" (2018) and has just co-edited “Shades of Becoming: Poems of Transition” with Kristen R. Shill. She is an ordained elder and pastor in Community of Christ and has just started an MA in Justice and Reconciliation at Luther Seminary.
Come to socialize and meet old & new friends before the main event.7:00 PM