Temple Cafeterias to Close in Early 2022

Temple Cafeterias to Close in Early 2022

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced that it will permanently close the cafeterias inside its temples in early 2022 to simplify temple operations. The cafeterias are currently closed due to the pandemic and will not reopen. Patrons attending...

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Happy Veterans Day: Thanks to Veterans Who Serve Their Country

Happy Veterans Day: Thanks to Veterans Who Serve Their Country

In some countries, November 11 is a day to honor those who have served their county in the military. November 11 marks the anniversary of the end of World War I, and is commonly referred to as Armistice, Remembrance, or Veterans Day, depending on where you live. It is...

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Young Adult Counselors Needed for FSY Conferences

Young Adult Counselors Needed for FSY Conferences

The Church is looking for 2,200 young single adult counselors (ages 19-30) to serve at the 250 FSY conferences that will be held in the U.S. and Canada in 2022. On average, counselors will serve for seven weeks between May and August 2022. These counselors will...

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Christmas on Temple Square 2021

Christmas on Temple Square 2021

Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah, will be open to the public this Christmas season with displays and limited lights. Construction and the COVID-19 pandemic have modified some of the plans for this year’s celebration, but families are invited to walk around parts...

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Update to Gospel Library App Promotes Inspiration

Update to Gospel Library App Promotes Inspiration

The latest major update to the Gospel Library app has significant new features that make it easier to find inspiration through regular gospel study and to receive and record revelation. The Gospel Library is available for Apple iOS, Android, and Windows platforms, as...

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First Presidency Christmas Devotional, December 5, 2021

First Presidency Christmas Devotional, December 5, 2021

The First Presidency Christmas devotional will be broadcast on December 5, 2021. It will include Christmas messages by General Authorities and General Officers of the Church and music by The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square. There will be no public...

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Understanding and Including Our LGBT Brothers and Sisters

Understanding and Including Our LGBT Brothers and Sisters

The Liahona magazine has published an article by a bishop who explains how he learned to understand the experiences of members who identify as LGBT and their families. Through heartfelt and open conversations, study, and relying on the Lord for understanding, he...

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Light the World Giving Machines at 10 Locations in 2021

Light the World Giving Machines at 10 Locations in 2021

Light the World Giving Machines will be available in 10 locations across the United States for people to donate to dozens of local and global charity organizations this Christmas season. The annual effort, organized by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,...

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2022 Schedule of Churchwide Broadcast Events

2022 Schedule of Churchwide Broadcast Events

The Church has issued the schedule of Churchwide broadcast events for 2022. This information is helpful to wards and stakes as they plan their calendars for 2022. January 9: Area devotionals for young adults (streaming in six areas) January 29: Worldwide event for...

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Church Launches Gospel for Kids YouTube Channel

Church Launches Gospel for Kids YouTube Channel

The Church has released a YouTube channel designed specifically for children called Gospel for Kids. The Gospel for Kids YouTube channel will regularly share sing-along videos, “Come Draw With Me” videos, broadcasts, and stories from prophets and apostles. The YouTube...

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Assisted Listening Systems to Help You Hear Better at Church

Assisted Listening Systems to Help You Hear Better at Church

The Church provides technology to help those who are hard of hearing. These systems in meetinghouses and temples can help, even if you use a hearing aid. Meetinghouses Meetinghouses have two types of systems that function in the chapel and in the cultural hall. (The...

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How Do I Start My Family History?

How Do I Start My Family History?

Don't know where to start in gathering your family history information? The following ideas may help. 1. Write down what you know. Start with yourself. Use the chart below to enter the family history information you already know. If you do not know exact dates and...

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