Mar 21 2017

Regional Single Adult Conference Featured Speaker: Al Fox Carraway

Al Fox Carraway is a convert to the church and has been a popular blogger, Youtuber, and award winning Public speaker. She has been on the cover of LDS Living Magazine and countless radio interviews, tv interviews and everything in between.

She has traveled the countryside for 5 years and counting, speaking with well known speakers like John Bytheway, Brad Wilcox, and General Young Women’s President, Bonnie Oscarson. Just recently she spoke to over 24,000 people with Elder Neil L. Anderson at RootsTech.

Al won the Community Speaker award in 2014, presented by the Dean of BYU, and the Women + Biz Award in 2016, presented by the mayor of Provo.

Sister Carraway will be our featured speaker on September 16th and she will also hold a fireside for the Public on Sunday evening Sept. 17th.

Mar 16 2017

Regional Single Adult Conference Sept 2017

*****************SAVE THE DATE**********************
SEPTEMBER 15-17, 2017

“There is room for you!”

Featured speaker
Al Fox Carraway “The Tattooed Mormon”

More information to come
To be added to the e-mail list for information

Please plan to join us!
For fun activities with good friend
and a spiritual feast of workshops and speakers!

Aug 14 2016

2016 Featured Guest: Darius Gray

Darius Gray, speaker, writer, producer and activist, was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in the mid 1960’s and attended Brigham Young University and the University of Utah. He was trained in broadcast journalism and worked for a time for KSL radio and television.

Gray was a counselor and then president of the Genesis Group, a support group for Latter Day Saints of African descent. He worked alongside Marie Taylor in an extensive name extraction project which took eleven years to complete and provided a data base of African American genealogy comprising 484,083 names of depositors (and their families) in the post-Civil War bank set up for freed slaves.

Gray also has co-produced/directed two documentaries: Jane Manning James: Your Sister in the Gospel, and Nobody Knows: The Untold Story of Black Mormons. He has also written a trilogy of historical novels (“Standing on the Promises”) with Margaret Blair Young. He often -speaks on African-American Geneology, Blacks in the Bible and Blacks in the LDS Church.

Darius Gray has received many accolades from the state of Utah and various national organizations, including the Martin Luther King Jr. Award, given by the Utah chapter of the NAACP. This award recognized his efforts in the Civil Roots Movement and in African American history and genealogy.