Children attending different wards with different parents now have the option of more official representationin both wards.
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It’s time to call back in the custodians. Deep cleaning shouldn’t fall on everyday members.
The big one is here. No more meetings of any kind thanks to coronavirus.
There will be no commencement ceremony for BYU grads, Women’s Conference is off, and more temples have shut their doors in response to coronavirus.
Missionary Training Centers in some areas will go virtual. Others will restrict entry.
COVID-19, or coronavirus, is causing the Church to shut down missionary work and regular worship across most of Asia.
Two countries are confirmed to be closing Church doors for the time being, with others likely to follow.
When two become one.
We’re One Step Closer to the End of the ‘Reporting Month’ with Weekly Sacrament Meeting Attendance Records
Hallelujah! Sacrament meeting reporting will actually reflect sacrament meeting attendance.
Serving as a witness to sacred ordinances is no longer a privilege restricted to men.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Updates Handbook to Prohibit Firearms in Meetinghouses
The change in language is small in words but large in impact
“We have to remember that patriotism is a biblical virtue. … And to see people coming together — especially to see our young people — to show that we’re not alone in our love for God and country,” said Cardinal Dolan.
Are you into Gentri? You will be.
The first chapter of the next volume of a history of the Church’s people is now available online.
Reversing a major 2015 policy, children of same-sex couples can now be baptized and be blessed.
[dropcap]S[/dropcap]ome might be surprised to learn of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ presence in the Middle East, given the social and political
[dropcap]I[/dropcap]n an attempt to “simplify” the process of printing scriptures, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced a reduction in the available
A fitting event for a man who acts like he’s not a day over 65.
President Russell M. Nelson to Dedicate Rome Italy Temple with Entire First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Present
For the first time outside of the United States, all 15 members of the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles will convene in one place.
At long last, the day has come. RIP LDS.org – 1998-2019
The new year brought new changes to the Church in Singapore with the creation of the first Young Single Adult ward in Asia.
By all accounts 2018 was a whirlwind of a year for Latter-day Saints. So it’s only fitting to take a look back at the stories and news that shaped our year.
In the mysterious world of apostolic social media, the only accounts worth following are those of your buddies.
At long last the Church speaks, and its counsel falls in line with the notion of family first.
The announcement comes with plans for celebrations throughout the area, underscoring how important Africa has become for future church growth.
A worldwide broadcast will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the revelation opening up priesthood and temple blessings to all worthy men.
Longtime LDS programs Home Teaching and Visiting Teaching are going out the window in favor of a more nuanced approach.
In a landmark move, the high priests group is a thing of the past. Current high priests and elders quorum presidencies will be released.
General Conference started with a bang, calling the first apostles of Asian and Latin descent.
In the era of abuse by MTC presidents and #MeToo, the First Presidency has encouraged all leadership to refresh their familiarity with the correct protocol for preventing and dealing with abuse.
Mormon Church Leader Russell M. Nelson, Alluding to Inadequate Legislation, Says Guns “Go to People Who Shouldn’t Have Them”
Speaking directly, the Mormon leader did not make a specific call for certain legislation, but made it clear additional forms of gun control are necessary.