Latter-day Saints from around the world will participate remotely as The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints holds its 190th Annual General Conference on April 4–5, 2020.
The global coronavirus pandemic has prompted the church to make significant changes to the event. The five sessions will move from the 21,000-seat Conference Center to a small auditorium on Temple Square, where only the First Presidency, speakers and those invited to give prayers will be in attendance.
As last October’s general conference came to a close, President Russell M. Nelson issued an invitation to Latter-day Saints for the upcoming conference.
“The year 2020 will be designated as a bicentennial year,” he said. “General conference next April will be different from any previous conference. In the next six months, I hope that every member and every family will prepare for a unique conference that will commemorate the very foundations of the restored gospel.”
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