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First Pathway Students 
receive Certificates

On 3 September the first group of 17 Pathway students from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in London completed their Pathway year and received certificates.  

In partnership with Brigham Young University-Idaho, Pathway is a one-year, low-cost educational program that offers online academic courses, religious education, and local face-to-face gatherings with other students.

100th Birthday for Vera Brown

It’s not every day that a card from Her Majesty, The Queen, is delivered to one’s home, but for Vera Brown of Risinghurst, Oxford, this happened recently on her 100th birthday. Born in Oxford, 100 years ago, Vera has lived a full and active life.

Poole Humanitarian Aid Day

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Poole, Dorset area, recently held their annual Humanitarian Aid Day. This has become a day that the women of the church look forward to, when they can meet informally, renew friendships and share in the joy of serving other people. This year those who attended made brightly coloured education bags for the school age children of refugees settling in this country.

Singing for Their Supper

A full house of around 300 people recently attended a concert, which featured The Singing Children of Africa, who had travelled from near Mombasa in Kenya. The concert was held at the local chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Huddersfield. The young people sang and danced to the delight of everyone in the audience, including The Mayor of Kirklees, Councillor Jim Dodds and the Mayoress, Carol Dodds.

International Fundraiser for Archie Foundation

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Aberdeen played host to an Interfaith Community Concert as a fundraiser for the "Archie Foundation" for sick children, held on North Anderson Drive on Saturday 24th September.  

Watford Celebrates 20th Anniversary

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Watford area recently celebrated its 20th birthday by organising a significant programme of events which included games, food, socialising and service. The service project involved asking people to bring along to the celebrations items that would be useful to refugees. These items were subsequently sorted into different categories and delivered to a local charity.

Millions of Mormon faithful counseled at worldwide conference to walk with Jesus

During the 186th Semiannual General Conference, leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints encouraged faithful to follow Jesus Christ and remember God’s plan of happiness for all His children.


In the great British newspapers and periodicals they will have interviews with, or features and profiles about interesting and accomplished people.   Often as part of the article it will be asked of the person something like, “What is the most important lesson you have learned in your life?”  Reading these types of questions I have asked myself the same question and how would I answer such a question. One answer quickly popped into my mind: “you have to create your own happiness”

Edinburgh School Rescues Local Church

In his poem ‘To A Mouse’,  Robert Burns, the great Scottish poet declared, “the best - laid schemes o’ mice an’ men gang aft agley” meaning the best laid plans often go wrong. Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Edinburgh discovered that sentiment when a fire broke out in their building recently. 

Tunbridge Wells Helps in the Community

Members of the Tunbridge Wells congregation recently took part in a Helping Hands project to clear an overgrowth of laurel in the Victorian Sherwood Estate, near Tunbridge Wells, Kent.