Relief Society Conducting Sheet: Updated for 2019

Hi all, it’s Valerie from Occasionally Crafty! 2018 is truly the year of change, isn’t it?  Our latest General Conference was no exception. Our leaders announced a change to a more home-centered, church-supported focus of learning by shortening our block of Sunday meetings. Relief Society and other “3rd hour meetings” will now alternate with Sunday School, and our time meeting together as wards will be shortened.

Relief Society Conducting Sheet Printable

Members of the Relief Society presidency take turns conducting each meeting.  With so much information to share, and even less time to do so,  staying focused and organized is more important than ever! How can we better use our time and get to the important part of church– the gospel discussions? To help you prepare for 2019, I have created a NEW Relief Society Conducting Sheet, carefully following the guidelines in conducting announced by the First Presidency.

Relief Society Conducting Sheet Updated 2019

This conducting sheet allows for the following changes: no more scheduled hymns or opening prayer, a reminder of the Come Follow Me–For Individuals and Families study topic each week, and a discussion topic  for each meeting.

Simple black and white makes this easy to print and copy for all the members of your Presidency.  This is a great job for your secretary to do.



You can download your free Relief Society Conducting Sheet here.


There are many people who announce birthdays, the following week’s discussion topic, and other more specific things.  While you could add these in, consider Elder Cook’s advice. He suggests we use a midweek reminder through email, text, or social media to take care of some of your extra business!

I know I’m posting this early, but with a busy few months ahead, sometimes you need to strike while the iron’s hot!  

How are you feeling about the big changes? What are you most excited about? If you use my printable, I’d love it if you pin it or tag me on Instagram!

Here’s to an exciting new year ahead!

Valerie Earnest

Valerie Earnest

Valerie is a crafter, an avid reader, and lover of all things music. A former high school band director, Valerie now works as a blogger and piano teacher. Valerie and her husband have three children and are enjoying life in the Midwest after 16 years in Phoenix. Check out Valerie’s blog,, where you’ll find plenty of simple but beautiful crafts, printables, and home decor projects even the busiest woman can do!
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  1. Blanche Heidt

    I love this. Could you please post a copy of one with “Teacher” instead of “Facilitator”
    I understand starting the first of the year we are to have teachers. Or perhaps you could email me a copy that is able to be edited.
    Thanks so much!

    1. Valerie Earnest

      The file has been updated with the word “Teacher” instead of “Facilitator”. I can’t make any other changes due to time constraints, but I’m sure you can create something that works for you if mine doesn’t1

  2. Marie Edmund

    This is so cute!!! Thanks for sharing your talents. Is there anyway to get an editable version or change “Facilitator” to “Teacher”? The church has asked, in the instructions they sent, to no longer use the term faciliator or discussion leader etc. when referring to our teachers. (A New Balance between Gospel Instruction in the Home and in the Church
    Enclosure to the First Presidency letter dated October 6, 2018. 11. What is the role of a teacher?)

    1. Valerie Earnest

      The post has been updated with the word “Teacher” instead of “Facilitator”. I can’t make any other changes due to time constraints, but I’m sure you can create something that works for you if mine doesn’t1

      1. Marie Edmund

        Awesome!! Thanks so much 😊

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  4. Eva

    I love your agenda but we meet as Relief Society first because we are combined with a Chinese ward for our Primary and YM/YW. We have sacrament meeting last so we are starting with an opening prayer. Is there anyway I can edit or you can change one for those of us that are in that situation. Thank you.

  5. Barbara Scroggins

    This is exactly what I sat down to create on my own today. It would have not been as perfect as yours. So, thank you!!!! I appreciate it. Please add me to your emails.

  6. Kristi

    As a new presidency, this is exactly what I am in need of to help me know what the Sunday outline needs to look like according to what has been directed. I downloaded it and still notice the word facilitator used. I know you mentioned you changed it…?

    1. Valerie Earnest

      Hmmm, I just tried it from my phone and mine says Teacher on it. Not sure what’s going on there. Shoot me an email at and I can send it to you directly.