As such, all three are considered "single" -- a label none of them sought after.
"In my journey, I had not intended to be single," Marchant said at a BYU Women's Conference presentation on April 30. Neither did Turley nor McGregor.
About half of the worldwide members of the Relief Society are single, Marchant said.
"How does a single sister stand strong in a family-oriented church?" she asked.
Each shared their experiences, including the hope and peace they have found in situations they haven't expected to be in.