Every six months, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gather together to listen to the words of Church leaders. General Conference weekend is a time to receive spiritual guidance, enjoy uplifting messages and music, and spend time with loved ones. Starting this weekend, tune in to BYUtv to watch all the live sessions of the 187th Semiannual General Conference as well as original BYUtv programming specific for General Conference (all times shown are Mountain Time).
Conference starts off this weekend with the General Women's Session immediately followed by an episode of BYUtv's Turning Point from it's brand new season, going on now.
Next weekend the 187th Semiannual General Conference starts off with a live conference special of BYU Sports Nation. In between the Saturday Morning and Afternoon Sessions you can enjoy Passion, Talent, and Grit a wonderful special that follows the BYU Chamber Orchestra journey through the Philippines, with special guest Lea Salonga. Immediately following get the latest information with LDS World Report. Immediately following the Saturday Afternoon Session visit the 1830s and get to know the faith-filled people who gathered in a small Ohio village to be taught by Joseph Smith and build a magnificent temple in America's Sacred Ground: Kirtland. Following America's Sacred Ground: Kirtland join Alex Boye in concert by watching Music for a Summer Evening immediately followed by the General Priesthood Session.
Sunday starts out with the Sunday Morning Session followed by an encore playing of America's Sacred Ground: Kirtland. Next comes a brand new series to BYUtv, Holy Traveler, follow Justyna Hrabska as she embarks on a spiritual journey around the world to discover religious traditions, sacred spaces, and fascinating histories from many cultures and locales. Holy Traveler will continue Sundays at 3pm.
Don't forget to keep it on BYUtv after the Sunday Afternooon Session concludes to join us for the two episode series premeire of Extinct at 7pm, 400 years after annihilation, humanity gets a second chance—tune in to find out why.
We hope you are able to enjoy as much General Conference as possible on BYUtv.