On Saturday, June 26, 2021, ward and stake leaders are invited to a special worldwide broadcast focused on sharing the gospel through the principles of love, share and invite.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced our missionaries to change how they find, teach and baptise.
Plans were made, invitations were sent out via social media and the rest as they say is history!
Missionaries show how to have success during lockdown with little use of technology
The ‘still small voice’ told me I had to go on a mission. I nearly died with shock
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a missionary of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints? Learn what it’s like to share the message of the Church with the world.
Many members are using social media to invite their nonmember friends and family to mission farewells and homecomings, baptisms, ward parties, baby blessings, and other church events.
When Mark Lippert, from East Grinstead, Sussex, first met the missionaries, he was finishing a music degree, was the leader of a band and was a self-confessed atheist.
An historical and spiritual event occurred in Edinburgh on Saturday 12 April, 2014. That historic moment was an Easter Concert by the Mormon Missionary Choir of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in St Giles Cathedral, one of Scotland’s oldest cathedrals.
Daniel Peacock (18), a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Bangor, Northern Ireland, recently received a call to serve a two year full-time mission for the Church in Hong Kong.
When 20 year old Christine Watt, from Castle Rock, Colorado, learned that she had been called to serve a mission to Scotland, she couldn’t believe her luck. Not just because she didn’t want to go to a hot country, but because she had a famous ancestor who had come from Scotland.