Frequently asked questions

 
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Who is the Jubilee for?

Anyone! The content and sessions at the Jubilee will be geared toward women of all ages from both traditional Christian and Latter-day Saint backgrounds, but everyone is welcome.

Are children allowed to attend? And will there be childcare?

Nursing children and infants are welcome to attend. Childcare will not be provided.

Is the Jubilee sponsored by or affiliated with a specific church?

No, Multiply Goodness is fully independent, not affiliated with any church, religious organization, or denomination. Our team is staffed with women from different faith traditions, and our common denominator is that we all love the Bible and Jesus Christ.

What should I wear?

If you’re able, wear something WHITE, which is the color we have selected for the 2019 Jubilee.

Whether it’s a white tee or blouse with jeans, or your favorite white sundress, or maybe you want to pull out those amazing white pants you never get to wear, or just accessorize with your favorite white earrings.

If you don’t own anything white, NO PROBLEM. We want you to know that you are welcome to come as you are, no matter what.

Either way, we hope you choose something that makes you feel beautiful and comfortable and works for an evening outdoors. This event is not Sunday Best, you’re just fine in Levi’s!

What do I need to bring?

Though you will receive many great resources in the White Tent Workshops, we invite you to bring note-taking materials and your Bible for the main event. You may also choose to bring a picnic blanket for you and your friends to gather or rest on the lawn at any time during The Jubilee.

When will speakers be announced?

We will be announcing speakers as we get closer to the event!

Are scholarships available?

Yes, email hello@multiplygoodness.com to discuss. There are very limited scholarships available, but we will do our best to help everyone who wants to attend.

How do I request a dinner for allergies?

Please email hello@multiplygoodness.com to make any dietary requests. We cannot guarantee that we can accomodate to all requests, but hope that we can!

Are outside food and drinks permitted?

You are welcome to bring outside food & drinks. Other than the dinner, beverages & dessert provided, other food & drinks will not be for sale.

I want to attend from out of town. Are there hotels near by?

Yes! And we have secured special rates just for you at two nearby hotels. Click here to book!

Is transportation provided if we come from out of town?

No, transportation is not provided. But there is Lyft and Uber as well as public transportation (including the popular FrontRunner train that runs along the Wasatch Front.)

Is my ticket refundable? Can I transfer my ticket to someone else?

Unfortunately, tickets are not refundable. Multiply Goodness does not facilitate ticket transfers. You may arrange to sell and transfer your ticket to someone else if you are no longer able to attend. You’ll want to login to your TicketSpice account and change the registration info to the new attendee so that they are able to check-in at The Jubilee.

If the Jubilee is cancelled due to bad weather, will tickets be refunded?

Though we do not anticipate bad weather, The Jubilee is committed to hold the event through weather that would not put attendees in danger (wind, rain, heat, etc.) If extreme inclement weather requires the event to be cancelled, all attendee tickets will be transferred to the next year’s Jubilee event.

Can I bring my service animal?

Service animals are welcome at The Jubilee. Any non-certified animals, including emotional support animals, will not be permitted to enter the Electric Park.