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Friday, 23rd July, 6-8 pm (BST)

Introduction of theme

Keynote speaker: Patrick Mason, Leonard J. Arrington Chair of Mormon History and Culture, Utah State University.

What does "the Restoration" mean in the 21st century? The world has changed substantially in the two hundred years since Joseph Smith saw his first vision of God the Father and Jesus Christ. People now are less interested in the question of "which religion is true?" than "why bother with religion at all?" In a modern age characterized by increased secularism, cynicism, and social isolation, it is important to think anew about the ways in which we, as disciples of Jesus and members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, are called to work alongside God in bringing light, goodness, and truth to the world. As it turns out, the "restoration of all things" was always meant as a means to the end of the restoration of God's people -- all of our Heavenly Parents' children -- to wholeness.

6-8 pm BST

Saturday, 24th July, 10 am - 12 noon (BST)

3 panel speakers + development on the theme


Q&A with a moderator

Group discussions with each of the presenters

After 12 noon - Socializing in break-out rooms - OPTIONAL

10 am - 12 noon BST

Saturday, 24th July, 2 pm - 4 pm (BST)

Keynote speaker: Elder De Feo, President of the Europe Area

Breakout room projects

After 4 pm - Social Linger Longer

Pamphlet Summer 2021