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Canterbury members rally round little Sabine

News Release — 30 October 2014

Sometimes the smallest people can make the biggest impact, and for the members of the Canterbury congregation, little Sabine White is making quite the impact indeed. In September 2013, two-year-old Sabine was brought into the local hospital after developing a rash on her legs. It was then that she was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia. Her small, frail body did not take well to the chemotherapy, so she spent quite a bit of time in the hospital.  

Dunfermline youngsters offer service at Matthew Fyfe Care Home

News Release — 22 October 2014

Children and youth from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) in Dunfermline spent a day of service at the Matthew Fyfe Care Home in Dunfermline. 

Missionaries serving from Omagh

News Release — 17 October 2014

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.

Plymouth Concert raises funds for Stroke Unit

News Release — 12 October 2014

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.

Chesterfield give service to Catholic Eyre Chapel

News Release — 10 October 2014

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.

James Adams - preparing for the Brazil Olympics

News Release — 8 October 2014

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.

184th General Conference

News Release — 2 October 2014

Stockport Open House and Fun Day to Celebrate 50 year anniversary

News Release — 1 October 2014

It’s fifty years since the Stockport congregation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was formed, and to celebrate the members hosted a free open house and fun day for members of the local community on Saturday 13th September.

General Conference unites members and leaders from around the globe

News Release — 27 September 2014

The 184th Semiannual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints held on October 4-5, 2014, will unite more than 15 million members of the Church from around the world as they gather to listen to their leaders.

Interfaith WW1 event: Lest we Forget

News Release — 26 September 2014

On Friday 12th September, the London Temple Visitors’ Centre sponsored Lest We Forget a World War I event (WW1) featuring short talks, musical presentations, and poetry recitations.  Among the dignitaries at the fireside were Brigadier Donald Thwaites, President of the Royal British Legion Surrey; Lord and Lady Teviot; Reverend Kathryn Percival Priest-in-Charge, Lingfield Parish Church; and senior Church representatives.

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