This article summarizes where to find archives of the text, audio, video, and music of general conferences of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
- Conference.ChurchofJesusChrist.org has conference talks in English back to 1971. PDFs are available for conferences since 2008. Many other languages also appear in text and PDF as early as 1990.
- The Church History Department has scanned all the General Conference Reports in English since 1880 and placed them online in the Internet Archive, a non-profit Internet library. The collection includes some non-English languages.
- Early Church Conference Reports from 1830 to April 1897. Reports gathered from published material (Deseret News and Millennial Star) and transcribed with standardized spelling and grammar. Not a Church-sponsored website.
- BYU’s LDS Scripture Citation Index (scriptures.byu.edu) has the English text from conferences from 1942 to the present. You can search them or check references in all conferences to a given scripture passage.
Conference Video and Audio
- Conference.ChurchofJesusChrist.org has video and audio in English from 1971 to the current conference. Video and audio back to 2008 is also available in more than 80 languages.
- You can also see an index of all the music at GCmusic.ChurchofJesusChrist.org. The archive goes back to 2008.
- You can access general conference archives both online and offline using the Church’s Gospel Library mobile app and the Latter-day Saints Channel on Roku, iTunes, and the General Conference YouTube channel. You can subscribe to the YouTube channel to be notified when new videos are published.
- You can listen to general conference using smart speakers (such as Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant) using the Church’s Google Voice.