Then and Now: General Women’s Meetings

On Nov. 1, 2013, the First Presidency announced that a general women’s meeting would be held the Saturday before each general conference for all women, young women and girls 8 and older.

The news came as a surprise and a delight to LDS women worldwide, but the meeting is hardly the first of its kind. General meetings for the women of the Church have been held in different formats since 1947—for a decade from 1982 to 1992, an annual meeting for all women and girls 8 and up was part of general conference. Here’s a look back at women’s meetings through the years.

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