imageBYU Women’s Conference is a two-day conference held each year at Brigham Young University.   Co-sponsored by the Relief Society – the women’s organization of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – the conference is open to to adult women and girls 16 and older.

The conference attracts participants from throughout North America.  Attendees come to be spiritually uplifted, to spend time with family and friends, and to gain insights and new ideas.

Presenters are drawn from among the outstanding women leaders, educators, and priesthood officers of the Church.  Lectures focus on such topics as home, family, marriage, service, religion, and other areas such as missionary work and education—all discussed from a Latter-day Saint gospel perspective and directed toward women.  Many of the presentations represent the best of contemporary Mormon thought and are of interest to men and women audiences alike.

Presentations from the 2009 BYU Women’s Conference are freely available in both audio and video formats.  Most can be viewed online or downloaded to a computer for later viewing.