On Friday, BYU Women’s Conference Goes All-Digital. Here’s How You Can Watch Free-of-Charge


This article was originally published on April 9, 2020. Additional streaming details have been added. 

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BYU Women's Conference 2020

On Friday, May 1, 2020, BYU Women’s Conference will be held online as a virtual gathering with addresses from Church leaders and other Latter-day Saints available to all.

The Live Streaming session will begin at 10 a.m. MDT and will include two addresses:

  • "Gather All Safely in Christ" by Sandra Rogers, the BYU Women's Conference Chair
  • "The Continuing Restoration and the Gathering of Israel" by Kate Holbrook

The Sister to Sister Conversation, moderated by Tracy Browning of the Relief Society General Board, will include the following speakers:

  • Sister Reyna I. Aburto, Second Counselor in the Relief Society General Presidency
  • Sister Becky Craven, Second Counselor in the Young Women General Presidency
  • Sister Lisa L. Harkness, First Counselor in the Primary General Presidency

The Video-on-Demand sessions will be available to watch any time after 12 p.m. MDT and will include:

  • "Gathering Together in the Latter-days" by President Jean B. Bingham and Sister Sharon Eubank of the Relief Society General Presidency
  • "Taking Time to Talk: Communication in Marriage" by Maria Luisa Torres and David J. Torres
  • "The Lord Knows You and is Aware of You" by Rosemary Thackery
  • "Gather to be Perfected but not Perfect" by Gaylamarie Rosenberg

The conference will be available May 1, 2020, on ChurchofJesusChrist.org, womensconference.byu.edu, and on the BYU Women's Conference Facebook.

No registration is required and the sessions will be available at no cost to viewers.

Historically, Women’s Conference has been held on the campus of Brigham Young University, but when the Church Educational System announced no large gatherings would take place due to COVID-19, BYU Women's Conference announced that the annual conference would not be held on campus.

“While we certainly miss gathering with you on the BYU Campus, we express our gratitude to those making this digital event possible. We look forward to seeing you in 2021," a Facebook post reads.

See the post below.

Lead image: Facebook Screenshot
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