News Releases

Author of ‘Clean’ Books Inspires Tongan Youth to Read and Write

Jenni James, an American author, made a journey to Tonga based on her faith and her mission in life to inspire our youth to READ and WRITE. 

Mormon Pacific Historical Society Conference Focuses on Tongan Mission Centennial

Emeritus General Authority from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Elder John H. Groberg, shared lessons and insights from his more than 60 years of service to Tonga, the Pacific islands and other international areas as the keynote speaker on October 21, 2016, at the Mormon Pacific Historical Society’s (MPHS) annual conference.

From Mormon Newsroom (Salt Lake City)

NEW: Watch Mormon Leaders Speak of Diversity, Love, Inclusion and More

There should be no question that diversity, love, inclusion, hope and personal responsibility would describe a Christ-centered faith. In a new video series from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, five apostles and two general women leaders speak to the importance of these very topics.

Church Continues to Support Education in Samoa

“The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is committed to helping students, teachers and parents raise the level of educational achievement,” said Sapele Fa’alogo, the Church’s Samoa national director of public affairs, ahead of a press conference in Apia this afternoon.

South Pacific Mormons Prepare for Weekend of Community Service and Outreach

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) across Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and the islands of the South Pacific are gathering paint-brushes, weed-eaters, lawn-mowers, brooms and other equipment in preparation for a weekend of community service and outreach on 29-30 October.

Latter-day Saint Appointed as CEO of Samoan Ministry of Commerce

The Government of Samoa announced this week the appointment of Pulotu Lyndon Chu Ling as Chief Executive Officer of its Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Labour. 

Cast of TV Comedy Show 'Studio C' Talk to Youth

Cast members of the BYU TV sketch comedy program, "Studio C," spoke to a worldwide audience of youth today via an online "Face to Face" event organised by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Seeking Peace in a Troubled World

Members of several different faith groups came together last weekend in Christchurch, New Zealand to discuss ways to work together to encourage peace in our homes, communities and throughout the world.

Second Latter-day Saint Stake Created in the Marshall Islands

A second stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was organized in the Marshall Islands recently to accommodate members living on the Kwajalein and Lae atolls. The new stake is called the Kwajalein Marshall Islands Stake and is composed of five congregations.  

Saving Samoan Children's Smiles

The islands of Samoa have stunning scenery, a lovely climate, and friendly, happy people. But in answer to a prevailing problem and pressing need in Samoa, Dr George Spencer and his wife, Linda, volunteered to be humanitarian missionaries with LDS (Latter-day Saints) Charities to do all they could to assist.