Latter-day Saints Join Others at Massey University Spirituality Week

Latter-day Saints Join Others at Massey University Spirituality Week

News Release

Over the past few days missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints joined representatives of other faiths at Massey University's "Spirituality Week."

          

The event was hosted by the Chaplaincy Team of Massey University in Albany, New Zealand.

Representatives of many faiths were on hand to answer the questions of students attending the event.

       

Spirituality Week is offered annually to provide students of Massey University (Albany) an opportunity to learn more about their own faith, discuss their faith with others and learn what others think and believe.

A Massey University student came to Spirituality Week because he is a Christian and enjoys chatting with people.

     

Speaking of the missionaries and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints generally, he observed, “They are the most loving people, kind and genuine. That’s what impresses me (about them).”

 

   

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