Service

Elder Samuel Barlow decided to leave his boat and fishing career to serve the Lord as a full-time service missionary.
A handful of miracles helped a deaf member enjoy the blessings of the gospel during lockdown.
Sometimes things are in knots, sometimes we wish we had a different colour, or were situated in another part of the tapestry. All we can do is trust that we are exactly where we need to be.
Thanks to the spirit of service, an unexpected opportunity arose to bless the life of a lady with difficulties.
Marusia Lawrence, long-time member of Aylesbury Ward, helps preserve Remembrance day in her town.
Suddenly a new way of life has been introduced.
The women of the Workington Branch presented 18 handmade sensory aprons, blankets and cushions to Jo Fell, CPN, on behalf of the ‘Community Mental Health Team, Memory and Wellbeing’ in September.
Overcoming challenges is second nature to Jane Smith of the Cheltenham congregation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  Jane was born with Cerebral Palsy, is a wheelchair-user and finds it difficult to do most ordinary tasks.   But nothing was going to stop her serving others and using her talents and abilities to bless the lives of those around her.