Two years ago Wendy White of Clifton, Nottingham, recognised a need to help struggling families in the area. Through her inspired efforts and leadership Wendy and her team of volunteers established a food bank in St. Francis Church of England premises in Clifton. The Hope Pentecostal church, of which Wendy is a member uses the same premises. A few months later, Ken Goddard, a local leader of the Nottingham 1st congregation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, felt inspired to offer assistance.Full Story »
Amidst bustling city sights and sounds of contemporary London stands the Hyde Park Visitors’ Centre, a respite of beauty and peace. By stepping inside visitors are invited to enjoy interactive displays, a cinema featuring inspirational films, and guided tours explaining the doctrinal beginnings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.Full Story »
Delighted shoppers in Limerick. Republic of Ireland, whipped out their smartphones to video a flash mob coming together to sing the hymn “Joy to the World”. The missionary choir was formed from missionaries of the Scotland/Ireland mission serving in Ireland. Their counterpart choir of missionaries serving in Scotland also brought the message of Christmas to hundreds of people through their music in various public venues as well as our own church buildings.Full Story »
A special ceremony was held recently at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Cornwall as members celebrated 40 years since the dedication of the Chapel in Helston.
Members and other guests enjoyed the special service, which was also attended by 4 mayors – Councillor Mike Thomas, Mayor of Helston, Councillor David Nebesnuick, Mayor of Penzance, Councillor Gillian Grant, Mayoress of Penryn and Councillor Daniel Williams Mayor of Porthleven.Full Story »
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons), in the Warrington area, saw the release of their bishop, Chris Miller. Bishop Miller was thanked for his outstanding service to the congregation over the last five years, and commented, 'I loved serving the people in the Church but I am really glad to be able to catch up with that long list of jobs my wife gave me and spend more time with my children'.Full Story »
The members of Wigan congregation raised their hands in a show of thanks to Graham Gifford, who has served as a bishop for over six years.
Bishop Gifford was called to serve as Bishop of Wigan in 2008, just as the global economy went into recession. This meant that much of his time as Bishop was spent supporting members through difficult times, and working alongside various local charities. He also serves as vice-chairman of the Wigan Interfaith Group.Full Story »
Elder Dalton Bradford of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has a good reason to be excited about serving a full-time mission in Plymouth. It was here on September 6th 1620 that his ancestor William Bradford, along with wife Dorothy May and their three year old son, sailed on the merchant ship ‘The Mayflower’. He, along with a hundred and one others, sailed to the New World.Full Story »