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Video: See How Those in Nauvoo Commemorate When the Saints Left the City

This Church News video, titled “The Nauvoo Exodus,” features commemoration participants who gathered on February 3, 2024, in front of the Cultural Hall in historic Nauvoo in honor of their ancestors or other pioneers who had lived in Nauvoo.

Relief Society General Presidency Launches New Worldwide Social Media Channel

Women of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are invited to follow new Facebook and Instagram accounts just for them called Relief Society Worldwide.

2024 FSY Conferences Begin Around the World

FSY is a large, five-day event that includes devotionals, workshops, interactive classes, service and other activities designed to help strengthen faith in Jesus Christ and help youth have fun as they learn to apply the gospel in all aspects of their lives.

Elder McKay Teaches About the ‘Ongoing’ Restoration of the Gospel at Church History Museum Event

“The Restoration: All Things, Ongoing,” was the title of Elder Kyle McKay's presentation on February 22. Elder McKay serves as Church historian and recorder and executive director of the Church History Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Descendants of Latter-day Saint Pioneer and Missionaries in Ghana Become Missionary Companions

When two full-time missionaries became companions in the Accra Ghana Mission of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, they found a shared history that has its roots in the very beginnings of the Church not only in Ghana, but in all of West Africa.

BYU Speeches Collection Expands Languages to Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese and French

After launching pages for Spanish and Japanese last year, Brigham Young University has expanded its Speeches Collection to include Portuguese and French. Other languages will continue to be added based on demand and translating capacity.

Service Stitched With Love: JustServe Volunteer Turns Wedding Gowns Into Tiny Angel Robes

When Mary Helen Allred of the Gadsden Ward, in the Gadsden Alabama Stake, learned about JustServe.org in Relief Society one Sunday, she wanted to use it to find service projects around her that fit her time and talents. She found a nonprofit called Angel Robes Alabama, which needed volunteers to turn donated wedding gowns into...

New Prison Branch Forms in Cape Verde

A new branch of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been formed in the prison in Praia, Cape Verde, grown from a group that was formed in July 2023 at the prison.

Church Members in Texas Honor African American Community Leaders During Black History Month

More than 250 guests recently gathered at a meetinghouse of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Plano, Texas, to celebrate the achievements of five local African American community leaders.

President Holland Emphasizes God’s Love, Mercy and Watch Care to Leaders in Washington, D.C.

President Jeffrey R. Holland emphasized God’s love, mercy and watch care to Area Seventies, mission presidents, temple presidents and stake presidents in the Church’s North America Northeast Area gathered in a chapel just outside of Washington, D.C. on February 24.