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Latter-day Saints Share Sacred Music on American Samoan Television

Members of the Pago Pago 3rd Ward (congregation) of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints recently sang on the American Samoan television program “Viiga O Siona."


Despite the threat of rain and possible flooding the Latter-day Saints made the journey to the television studio to record the broadcast. 

50 members of the congregation participated in the choir's performance.

Individuals who participated in the spoken word section of the program included Peteli Vaise, Failetasi Falaniko, Ray Too, Maranatha Masui and Bishop Tito Santana Tuimaseve.

Each month a congregation from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints serves the American Samoan people by singing sacred music and sharing encouraging messages on the television program.

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