News Release

How You Can Watch October 2023 General Conference Throughout the Pacific

"Hear God's word for you"

Members and friends of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints can hear inspired words from prophets, apostles and other Church leaders, in the annual October General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 

During this two-day event, senior Church leaders will share modern revelation, messages of truth, hope, and inspiration, and other relevant guidance for living our lives today.  


President Russell M. Nelson, prophet and leader of the over 17-million-member church, will preside over all conference sessions, held 30 September and 1 October, in Salt Lake City, Utah USA. He will participate in conference via a remote link due to recent health issues.

Members and friends in the South Pacific will also gather in local churches and homes to view rebroadcasts of conference sessions in English and the languages of the Pacific Islands on Saturday and Sunday, 7-8 October. All are welcome and invited to view these broadcasts.

The conference includes five different sessions: Saturday morning, afternoon and evening, and Sunday morning and afternoon. Members and friends of the Church can watch sessions online, or on television in many locations. Radio broadcasts are another option for many throughout the South Pacific.   

You can watch LIVE by clicking on this link

You can also view sessions of conference by clicking on any of the link's below: 

Broadcasts -- Television or Radio 

Television broadcasts will be aired in various countries from Saturday 30th of September 2023. See full broadcast schedule here.

Pacific Language Broadcasts

For television broadcasts in your own languageclick here. 

Online Options


General Conference - YouTube


Gospel Stream OTT App for Apple, Google, Roku and Amazon Fire devices.

Gospel Library App General Conferences

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