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GCE Summary Sunday Morning

May 2, 2010

Here is a summary of Sunday morning’s events and presentations for the annual meeting of the General Conference of Elders being held in Cincinnati, Ohio:

  • Annual General Conference of Elders meeting began.
  • First, introduction of new elders for 2009-2010.
  • Balloting for seats on the Council of Elders.
  • Balloting for Strategic Plan, Operation Plan and Budget.
  • Balloting for several amendments to our governing documents.
  • Victor Kubik keynote address. The topic was reconciliation & fulfilling our mission—going into all the world with the gospel.
  • Five GCE International Reports from Nigeria, Portugal, New Zealand, Canada and British Isles. Very inspiring stories to hear.
  • Gary Antion gave a special tribute to our deceased elders & wives from 2009-2010. Eight tributes this year. A very moving presentation.

Lunch break…

Peter Eddington, Media and Communications Services

May 2, 2010 - Posted by | General Conference of Elders, Media and Communications, Ministerial Services, Uncategorized |


  1. When will the results be published?Thank you

    Comment by ROXANNA YOST | May 2, 2010 | Reply

  2. When will the results be published? Thank you

    Comment by ROXANNA YOST | May 2, 2010 | Reply

  3. Wow — more tweets in a morning than ever before at GCE. Kudos to you for that.

    Now how about the next step in coming years – with a live webcast of the meeting?

    Comment by Richard | May 2, 2010 | Reply

    • From what I understand there already is a live webcast for the GCE but it is password protected and only certain elders who could not attend are allowed to watch it. Deacons and laymembers are not permitted.

      Comment by Ana D. | May 2, 2010 | Reply

  4. These updates are very much appreciated. I sincerely wish I could do more than just pray . . . currently searching income-producing opportunities while raising our young child at home. We must all have faith God will provide for the Church in this great time of need, too.

    Comment by Karen N. Halvorsen | May 4, 2010 | Reply

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