Missionaries will only need a COVID booster if their host country dictates it.
Remove thy mask. Bring thy group.
Area Presidencies have been directed to do something they’ve been doing all along.
It’s not Docusign, but your leader will soon issue you a temple recommend via a computer.
The Church makes another pro-vaccine gesture.
Two years later is both a great band AND how long this temple had to wait to have its open house.
The fate of the session has seesawed over the past six months. Will it be a “normal” session like the others or something special?
The mask guidance is only temporary, pursuant to COVID conditions improving. The Church also has a long history of encouraging vaccination.
The latest statement by the First Presidency minces few words about the importance of vaccination in the fight against COVID-19.
Aligning with a policy regarding other vaccination requirements, missionaries looking to serve abroad must receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
The third remote General Conference in a row will be a virtual affair thanks to the ongoing COVID-10 pandemic.
Geoff and Kurt get into it on COVID, the First Presidency Christmas Devotional soothes our hearts, four temples move to Phase 3.
The temples are the first to reopen for proxy ordinances since March 2020.
The move comes after Utah’s governor issued a far-reaching executive order in response to rising COVID-10 cases in Utah.
Elder Gong is the most senior Church official to contract the disease.
FamilySearch reaches—badly—on religious freedom, BYU’s Black Student Union wants to rename the whole campus, major changes to temple work!
It’s time to call back in the custodians. Deep cleaning shouldn’t fall on everyday members.
It’s Jesus only in Church meetinghouse foyers, revisiting Mark Hofmann, phased temple reopenings, and the latest from Kate Kelly!
A simple dropoff will do just fine, thanks.
Some of our favorite Latter-day Saint YouTubers have continued to work hard to release content during their quarantine, bringing us some joy.
The curious case of the ever-shrinking venue.
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.