The Omagh congregation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Northern Ireland now has a number of members serving as full time missionaries around the world. These young men and women are willingly devoting 18 months to two years of their lives, at their own expense, to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with others.
The Plymouth Chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints played host to the City of Plymouth Concert Band in a special fundraising evening for The Stroke Unit at Derriford Hospital. The theme of the evening was American centred: 'American Independence Day - A Musical Celebration' which resulted in £737 being raised on the night.
After years of hard work and practice, sixteen-year-old James Adams is one step closer to making his dream of representing Great Britain in the 2016 Olympics in Brazil a reality. In May, Adams, from the Peckham, South London congregation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, participated in and won the Glasgow Para Open National Championships table tennis competition. To prepare for the championships, Adams trained three times a week.
A team of members and missionaries from The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints in Chesterfield, who opened their new meeting house on Sheffield Road in April, performed a Helping Hands day of service project at Eyre chapel, owned by the Catholic Church, in Newbold.
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Four Mormon missionaries. Two young women and two young men with one assignment they have in common, to share the message of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with virtuously everyone they meet, just about every single day in Central London.Read More »