Update Monday 4-29-19: Most of the audio and much of the video recordings of the conference have beeen posted on restoration archives. Denver has made his paper on Civilization available on his site. Transcripts of the talk and the Q&A should be available in the coming weeks. The audio of the Adolpho’s presentation is also on the archives.
Saturday 20 April 2019
General Session – Cedaredge CO
Breakout Sessions and Lunch
Saturday will have many events that will be necessary to attend to get the full impact of what is being offered. There is a sunrise hike planned at 6:45am. Breakfast is at 8:00 for those who have a confirmed RSVP. At 9:00, the conference will begin with a welcome, a few talks, items of importance to the movement, and musical numbers that hopefully will set the tone for the rest of the day.
Later in the morning, starting around 11:00, there will be breakout sessions that will have various topics that have been restored during the last few years. These will be focused on what Joseph Smith and Denver Snuffer have restored. Each person attending will have a moment, if they desire, to share how these topics and subjects have changed their lives and what they have learned.
Lunch is from 12:30 to about 1:45, allowing for some nap time for the children. The breakout sessions resume at 1:45 until about 5:30pm, at which time we will have dinner. We are also planning games, a dance and a bonfire starting at around 7:30.
Itinerary Summary for Saturday 20 April 2019
6:45-7:45am – Sunrise hike / Baptisms / Yoga
(meet at fireside room)
8:00 – Check-in for those arriving Saturday
(meet in front of fireside room)
8:00-8:30 – Breakfast for those who stayed the night – RSVP required
9:00 – Conference begins, opening session, song & prayer
(meet in chapel, youth in fireside room)
9:10 – Scripture Committee presentation
10:00 – Restoration Archives presentation
10:15 – Breakout explanation, song & prayer
11:00-12:15 – First breakout session
12:30-1:00 – Lunch served (30 minutes only) – RSVP required
1:45-2:50 – Second breakout session
3:00-4:10 – Third breakout session
4:20-5:20 – Fourth breakout session
5:30-6:00 – Dinner served (30 minutes only) – RSVP required
6:30-9:00 – Group baptism
7:30-8:30 – Singing practice for Sunday performance
7:30-midnight – Visit, dance, games, bonfire, free time
Note: Denver has shared on his website that he is planning to attend and participate in the breakout sessions. The hope is to review and reflect upon what has been given us. We will be posting the topics for these sessions (here is one example), and hope that all will come having studied the word. These activities are based on the following instructions from Teachings and Commandments, Section 86…
…Therefore, verily I say unto you my friends, call your solemn assembly as I have commanded you, and as all have not faith, seek you diligently and teach one another words of Wisdom, yea, seek you out of the best books words of Wisdom. Seek learning, even by study and also by faith. Organize yourselves, prepare every needful thing…
…Appoint among yourselves a teacher, and let not all be spokesmen at once, but let one speak at a time and let all listen unto his sayings that when all have spoken, that all may be edified of all, and that every man may have an equal privilege.
We hope to “experiment on the word,” and practice what has been given us. We look forward to experiencing this new practice, and hope to be of one heart and one mind.
The Camp is Full
Update 4-12-19: The lodging reservations at the camp are completely filled up. Attendees are still welcome to come to the conference, but will need to find lodging elsewhere. The Passover and other meals are also completely booked. If you do not already have an RSVP for meals from the camp, be sure to make arrangements to bring your own meals that can be consumed outside the dining hall as no outside food is allowed in the hall.
We are a fellowship located in the Cedaredge, CO and extended area. We are paying for several venues and will be providing several meals.
We ask that if you feel prompted to contribute to the conference preparation, that you email us at email@example.com
Someone from the fellowship will contact you with further details.
Any donations that exceed our needs will be used to assist those in need coming to the conference. Any leftover donations will be given to the Temple Fund.