#LDSConf General Conference – 2 Apr ’17 – Sunday morning Session

President Eyring will be conducting this meeting. President Monson presides.

Music is provided by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.

President Eyring: Welcome to the Sunday morning session.

Choir:

Opening Prayer :

Choir: “Love is Spoken Here”

(My internet went out at the beginning of Conference. I will update the choir song and who said the opening prayer later).

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#LDSConf General Conference – 1 Apr ’17 – Priesthood Session

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf will be conducting this Session. President Thomas S. Monson presides.

Music is provided by a Priesthood Choir of YSA from Holliday and Murray Utah

President Uchtdorf : Welcome to Priesthood Session

Choir: Rise Up O Man of God

Opening Prayer: Vern P. Stanfill of the Seventy:

“We pray that our hearts may be changed, that we may use this moment to minister unto others.”

Choir: Jesus Once of Humble Birth

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#LDSConf General Conference – 1 Apr ’17 – Sat PM Session

President Henry B. Eyring [First Counselor in the First Presidency of the Church] will be conducting this meeting.

President Henry B. Eyring: Welcome to all, participating in person or via TV, satellite broadcast, or the Internet. The Choir is composed of families from three Utah stakes.

Choir: Home Can Be A Heaven on Earth

Opening Prayer: Elder Von G. Keetch

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#LDSConf General Conference – 1 Apr ’17 – Sat AM Session

Live coverage of the Saturday AM session of General Conference. Post will be updated after each speaker.

President Dinter F. Uchtdorf, Second Counselor in the First Presidency of the Church will be conducting this meeting. President Thomas S. Monson presides.

Music is provided by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Choir: The Morning Breaks

President Dieter F. Uchtdorf: It is a beautiful day today in Salt Lake City and we extend a warm welcome. Our dear prophet has asked that I conduct this session.

Choir: Let Zion in Her Beauty Rise

Opening Prayer: Elder Kim B. Clark (I think)

Choir: Do What is Right

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