LDS Church to alternate sessions at general conference

Temple Square consists of the Salt Lake Temple, the Tabernacle, the Assembly Hall and two visitors' centers, Salt Lake City, Utah, date unspecified | Photo courtesy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, St. George News

SALT LAKE CITY — Two sessions of the LDS Church’s general conference will alternate, church officials announced Friday.

In a letter addressed to church leadership, members of the First Presidency, the LDS church’s top leadership, said the church will be simplifying its semiannual general conference sessions by alternating the women’s and priesthood sessions, now holding them each annually according to this report by KSL.com

In recent years, the church would host a session solely for girls and women ages 8 and up a week before the rest of the general conference sessions. The following week, men and boys ages 12 and up would attend a priesthood session on Saturday evening, after two general sessions that same day.

Now, the women’s session will be held in place of the priesthood session once a year in October. The priesthood session will take place each April.

Written by JOSH FURLONG, KSL.com

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1 Comment

  • 42214 October 27, 2017 at 9:12 pm

    How will this effect sports programing on KSL? That’s what is important.

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