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    Margaret Feinberg


Women’s Event

The Women’s Event exists to encourage, equip, and empower women everywhere. This weekend event includes biblical teaching, corporate worship, personal application time, and several electives to engage women in community and equip them for what God has called them to do.

Please take a moment to read OCC’s gathering guidelines and the weekend schedule before continuing your registration.

Health & Safety Gathering Guidelines:

In order to make Women’s Event as safe as we can, OCC will be implementing the following health and safety guidelines for our event on campus, April 9-10, 2021. 

  • On-campus capacity reduced to 30%
  • Masks are required on campus at all times
  • Health screening at doors
  • Assigned socially-distant seating 

*Please know that we use these guidelines to keep our campus’ students, staff, and guests as safe as possible. The virtual attendees will receive links to access all sessions and workshops LIVE from the safety and comfort of their own homes. 

**Due to reduced capacity, registration will be required to attend OCC’s Women’s Event on April 9-10, 2021.

Group Registration:

Due to the reduced capacity on campus, we ask that if you would like to attend Women's Event as a group, each member of your group registers individually. We know this is different than our group registration procedures in years past, and we appreciate your help in keeping our capacity numbers accurate. 

*If you would like to guarantee seating together as a group please appoint a group leader to contact Event Director Peyton Marple at [email protected] with the names of each of your group's members no later than March 26.

***One month before Women's Event, OCC will evaluate the most current conditions to determine if the in-person gathering will continue as planned. If it is determined the in-person gathering will be unsafe, OCC will move the Women’s Event to a virtual format. If this were to happen all on-campus attendees would receive a $20 refund, while still giving them access to all the virtual content.

If you or your group plan to stay in Joplin for the conference, you can find a list of hotels with special rates for Women's Conference registrants at occ.edu/hotels.

ADA Accommodations: 

Ozark Christian College strives to provide reasonable accommodations for special events with adequate notice. To request disability accommodations for events, please complete this form at least two weeks prior to the event. If you need assistance completing this form or need an alternate format, please contact Peyton Marple at 417.626.1249, [email protected], or 1111 North Main Street, Joplin, MO 64801.


Who should I contact with registration questions?

If you have an issue with your registration please contact Registration Coordinator Grace Jones at 417.626.1294.

Where should I stay while I'm in town?

Find local hotels with special rates for OCC guests at occ.edu/hotels.

Where should I eat?

Looking for a local restaurant? Read our staff's favorites here.

How can I continue to use Ozark resources off campus?

Keep in touch with our most updated NextLevel resources for churches on our website. (Resources also available on RightNow Media.) And of course, follow us on social media!

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