Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints throughout New Zealand, Australia and other nations are preparing to participate in this year’s Anzac Day services.
A total of 1,057 Samoan Mormon young men and women, ages 14-18, attended a five-day conference on the campus of LDS Church College Pesega, last week. Titled, “For the Strength of Youth” (FSY), the conference was the first ever to include youth from all 14 stakes on the island of Upolu.
People living in Whangarei, New Zealand will have the opportunity tomorrow and Saturday [25-26 April] to learn more about how to discover their roots at the 2014 Northland Family History Fair.
Leaders from Mormon congregations across Christchurch gathered recently to take stock of the needs of those they serve in their various ministries ― especially those still recovering from the region’s February 2011 earthquake.
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A fishing boat full of food donated by Samoan members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was unloaded Tuesday [April 15] in Ha’apai, Tonga. Full Story »
General conferences of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints take place every six months, originating in the 21,000-seat Conference Center in Salt Lake City and reaching a global audience estimated to be in the millions. Full Story »
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