The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, holds a General Conference two times a year. They are always on the first week of October and the first week of April.
General Conference last for two days consisting of 4 sessions. Both Saturday and Sunday have a morning session which is from 9am – 11am PST and an afternoon session from 1pm-3pm PST.
Conference is held at the Conference Center in Salt Lake City, UT. The center holds up to 21,000 people and, tickets are always free and anyone can attend. General Conference is also broadcasted via satellite to over 7000 church buildings and institutions around the world And is accessible to watch live on LDS.org and Mormon Channel.
What will you hear and see during General Conference
“During the conference, Church leaders speak on a variety of spiritual topics. They address Latter-day Saints as well as government, faith and community representatives and other conference guests. Speakers include the worldwide leader of the Church, President Thomas S. Monson, and his counselors in the First Presidency, the governing body of the Church. Talks are also given by the members of the Quorum of Twelve Apostles and other leaders.
General conference talks vary in length from about 5 to 20 minutes. Topics are not assigned; each speaker chooses his or her own subject matter. Talks usually cover basic gospel principles or address significant issues of the day, with speakers encouraging individuals and families in their efforts to follow Jesus Christ” – Mormonnewsroom.org
I invite all my friends who have never watched conference to go to www.mormonchannel.org and check it out.I know the messages that are given during Conference are inspired for everyone on earth right now.
I hope this helps explain what General Conference is a little better if you have any questions feel free to reach out to me or Bradley 🙂