Missionary

Live Devotional plus Q&A with Sheri Dew
Simon has held weekly singing sessions for all who want to join in from their homes
Elder and Sister Rasband invites Young Adults to a Face To Face event
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
One family had 5 members leave to serve a mission within a few weeks.
My time and experience in the UK helped me come closer to God. I had to make the choice as to what is most important to me, and what I believed in
Solihull LDS members open their chapel to allow Muslims to worship during Ramadan
Forty-two prospective missionaries from around the UK, aged 17 to 23 years,  attended a National Mission Preparation Seminar held at East Grinstead.
Back in 1989 Jonathan Sim, from Aberdeen, was called to serve in the England London Mission. In both the Watford and Norwich areas he served with Matthew Gore from York. Imagine Jonathan’s surprise some nine months later while dining with friends in Witham, Essex to find that one of the other dinner guests was none other than Matthew’s son, Elder Gore.
A group of Young Single Adults and missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Wandsworth Stake, met at Sellincourt Primary School in the Tooting area of south central London on Saturday 17 May 2014 to paint exterior walls and landscape the play areas of the school.