The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints invites the world to hear inspiring messages of hope and renewal from living prophets and apostles at its general conference on Saturday and Sunday, April 1-2, 2023. Welcome to join the millions of people inside.
Participating in this religious broadcast helps individuals learn about Jesus Christ, strengthen their personal relationship with the Savior, and experience the peace, hope, and joy that comes from following Him. All Latter-day Saints, friends of the Church, and others are invited to attend general conference on Palm Sunday weekend.
“General conference provides an opportunity to receive personal revelation, much like the general leaders of the Church provide counsel and direction. I recommend.”
The global broadcast originates from the Conference Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA and consists of five unique two-hour general sessions for all audiences over two days.
Saturday, April 1
10am* Saturday morning session
2:00 p.m. Saturday afternoon session
18:00 Saturday evening session
April 2nd (Sun)
Sunday 10am session
2:00 pm Sunday afternoon session
*Mountain daylight saving time
How can I watch/listen live?
All conference sessions will be streamed live in over 70 languages on the ChurchofJesusChrist.org Live Broadcast page. You can also watch General Conference on his YouTube channel. Gospel Library App; Other Radio, TV, Satellite and Digital Channels.
How can I watch or listen later?
Following the broadcast, the messages will be available on multiple channels in text, audio, and video formats for on-demand viewing and learning. These channels include Gospel Libraries, Gospel Media., General Conference YouTube Channel, General Conference Podcast, Church Magazines.
How can I prepare?
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