Join with millions of people worldwide to hear inspiring messages from living prophets and apostles on October 1–2, 2022.
During the general conference leadership session on Thursday, 45 new Area Seventies from 23 countries were announced and presented for a sustaining vote.
The conference consists of five sessions happening on Saturday and Sunday, April 2–3, 2022, including a session on Saturday evening for women and young women (including those who turn 12 in 2022).
A session for women and young women (including those who turn 12 in 2022) will take place on Saturday, April 2
President Nelson invited listeners to be mindful of three things during the conference sessions — pure truth, pure doctrine and pure revelation — and concluded by invoking “a blessing upon all who are seeking greater light, knowledge and truth.”
Saturday evening session will be discontinued; In-person attendance for October 2021 conference will not be available
“I have looked forward to this virtual meeting with you.”
“My dear brothers and sisters, my call to you this Easter morning is to start today to increase your faith,” the Church President said.
During the Saturday afternoon session of the 191st Annual General Conference, President Dallin H. Oaks announced the call of 11 new Church leaders, including a new Primary general presidency.
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The Lord directs the affairs of His Church; He has executed the hastening of His work — even during a global pandemic,” said President Nelson.
Meet the New General Authority Seventies and Primary Presidency Called at the April 2021 Conference