Before lockdown was announced, volunteering to help locals was an everyday part of the day for four young men serving in Southport, near Liverpool. Now, as restrictions ease, it’s back on their agenda.
Plans were made, invitations were sent out via social media and the rest as they say is history!
When 'the best two years' does not work out.
Suddenly a new way of life has been introduced.
Sister Giles is reflecting on turning 70 with the blessings and challenging that it brings.
A Family History Centre in Scotland helped reunite sisters after 68 years apart.
Terry Jones is a family history enthusiast and a friend of the Church.
Aylesbury Scout Group visited the Aylesbury Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to learn about our faith.
Sarah Keeble, a friend of the church living in West Fife (Dunfermline, Scotland), was quick to notice a need.
Members from Elgin helped to weed flower beds and plant lovely flowers to make the city one of the most beautiful in the North East of Scotland
Sisters were invited to attend the 11th Annual National Peace Symposium organised by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Women’s Association
For Mark the Book of Mormon proves vital in his professional achievements