A new song, written by New Zealand Latter-day Saint Dionne Shaw, can be listened to on YouTube, here.
The song is about using our hands to reach out in love and service to others. The accompanying video clip on YouTube was produced by fellow New Zealander and member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Garth Watene.
This Saturday volunteers across New Zealand will paint schools, clean up parks and otherwise spruce up public spaces in dozens of community projects.
- Mormon Helping Hands Noumea
- 'Mormon Helping Hands' New Caledonia
- Latter-day Saint volunteers in Wellington New Zealand
- Wellington Mormons Donate Groceries to Help Needy Families
- Part of the large crew of Mormon Helping Hands at work
- Helping Hands program
- Mormon Helping Hands Windy Ridge Primary School New Zealand 2012
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While thousands of Latter-day Saints will be involved, neighbours and friends are welcome to take part also. After Saturday's projects, participants can send photos and videos from the day to Richard Hunter atThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots.
Suggestions for a name for the song are also welcomed. For more information about the closest Mormon Helping Hands project to you, email Richard Hunter. Latter-day Saints and their friends across the world participate in regular community service projects.
Their efforts are inspired by the teachings and example of Jesus Christ. Elder Kevin W. Pearson, a member of the Church's Pacific Area Presidency, says the service projects "will be a great blessing to many communities and a blessing to those who serve as well."