General Conference

Changes to general conference, missionary work, stake conferences announced by the Church in response to coronavirus In three letters addressed to all Church members, the First Presidency announced changes to April general conference, MTCs and stake conferences.
First Presidency discourages leaders, members from international travels to April conference due to coronavirus concerns Church issues statement to leaders and members cautioning against international travel to attend April conference and cancels leadership sessions of conference amid growing concerns for the spread of coronavirus.
Photos show the final session of October 2019 general conference In addition to building anticipation for next year, President Nelson's closing remarks highlighted changes to the questions bishops ask when assessing the readiness of members to attend the temple.
President Nelson: 2020 a ‘bicentennial year,’ with April conference ‘different from any previous conference’ President Russell M. Nelson invited members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to prepare for April 2020 general conference, which will be held 200 years after Joseph Smith's First Vision.
How following 2 great commandments has helped the Church contribute $2 billion of humanitarian aid worldwide President Nelson detailed on Sunday, Oct. 6, how the Church and its members follow the two great commandments of God through the work of the humanitarian arm of the Church — Latter-day Saint Charities.
Sister Cristina B. Franco: ‘Finding Joy in Sharing the Gospel’ Sister Cristina B. Franco, second counselor in the Primary general presidency, gave an address called "Finding Joy in Sharing the Gospel" during the Sunday morning session of October 2019 general conference.