Presbytery of Ohio Women’s Retreat 2024

Join us and our speaker Megan Hill at Grace Orthodox Presbyterian Church, 5099 Postlewaite Road, Columbus, Ohio on October 11–12, 2024!

Change is rarely easy. Sometimes we look forward to it: births, promotions, new friends. But often we dread both the change and the chaos we feel it inflicts on our lives: failed relationships, disunity at church, financial upheaval, health crises. Change often comes with the temptation to anxiety, discontent, and doubt. This year, we will consider how to navigate life’s changes in light of God’s grace. We’ll discuss the source of changes and the purpose of changes, and then we’ll apply this to how we can encourage and help one another as we are together changed for the glory of God.

Make plans now to step away with your sisters in Christ to consider the role of change in our relationship with God and one another. Older teens are invited also!

  • Thursday evening, October 10, is available for those who want a little extra relaxation and fellowship, to get away for an extra night of unscheduled and relaxing time. It has become increasingly popular over the years, whether that time is spent around the fire pit at Grace, with a host family, or relaxing with others at a hotel.
  • October 11 and 12 are a mix of scheduled and free time and comprise the main portion of the retreat with our speaker.

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Megan Hill

Our speaker, Megan Hill, is a pastor’s wife and a pastor’s daughter. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and four children, where they belong to West Springfield Covenant Community Church (PCA). Megan received her B.A from Grove City College and works as the managing editor for The Gospel Coalition.

Megan has written 60+ articles for publications including The Washington Post, Christianity Today, Tabletalk, Focus on the Family, Desiring God, and Reformation21. In her work as a conference speaker, podcaster, and author, Megan has addressed a variety of topics, including biblical womanhood, biblical interpretation, biblical authority, the Bible, art, American church history, and advent. In addition, she has written seven books: Sighing on Sunday: 40 Meditations for When Church Hurts, Patience: Waiting with Hope; A Place to Belong: Learning to Love the Local Church; Partners in the Gospel: 50 Meditations for Pastors’ and Elders’ Wives; Contentment: Seeing God’s Goodness; Praying Together: The Priority and Privilege of Prayer in Our Homes, Communities, and Churches; and Meg Is Not Alone.