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Members of New Pacific Area Presidency Begin Service

Leadership for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Pacific Area changed today. The new presidency are: Elder Kevin W. Pearson, Area President; Elder O. Vincent Haleck, First Counselor, and Elder S. Gifford Nielsen, Second Counselor.

 
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Elder O. Vincent Haleck Thanks Tongans for ‘Loving Our Neighbours’ After Cyclone Ian

Elder O. Vincent Haleck, First Counselor in the Pacific Area Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, thanked Latter-day Saints, government leaders and other churches in Tonga yesterday for working together to support communities devastated by Cyclone Ian earlier this year.

 
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Celebrating Church and Community Friendships in Tonga

Latter-day Saints Join with Members of Royal Family, Nobles and other Guests

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Tonga are coming together over the next few days to mark a significant Church milestone, and also to celebrate what it means to be a Tongan Latter-day Saint.

 
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Church Partners with Tongan Government to Rebuild 116 Homes on Cyclone-Hit Ha'apai Islands

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Tongan Government formally entered into a humanitarian partnership on 17 July to help the people of Ha’apai who are still recovering from January’s Cyclone Ian.

 
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Elder O. Vincent Haleck Thanks Tongans for ‘Loving Our Neighbours’ After Cyclone Ian

Elder O. Vincent Haleck Thanks Tongans for ‘Loving Our Neighbours’ After Cyclone Ian

Elder O. Vincent Haleck, First Counselor in the Pacific Area Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, thanked Latter-day Saints, government leaders and other churches in Tonga yesterday for working together to support communities devastated by Cyclone Ian earlier this year.

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Young Photographers Develop More than Photos

Young Photographers Develop More than Photos

Youth from an Auckland Latter-day Saint congregation have been busy taking pictures. Paul Conroy, an avid photography enthusiast, volunteered his time and expertise recently to teach the group of teens from Albany, Auckland, how to take better, more creative and striking photographs. 

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Celebrating Church and Community Friendships in Tonga

Celebrating Church and Community Friendships in Tonga

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Tonga are coming together over the next few days to mark a significant Church milestone, and also to celebrate what it means to be a Tongan Latter-day Saint.

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Suva Fiji Temple to Close for Renovation

Suva Fiji Temple to Close for Renovation

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced that the Suva Fiji Temple will be closed for renovation beginning 13 October 2014.

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From Cleaning Up After a Cyclone to Serving Lunch to a Prime Minister 

From Cleaning Up After a Cyclone to Serving Lunch to a Prime Minister 

Earlier this year, missionaries in Tonga assisted residents of the Ha’apai Islands group recover from the devastating impact of Cyclone Ian. Missionaries provided similar service after Cyclone Evan pounded Samoa in December 2012. 

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