News Releases

What’s New for General Conference? 

Check out four innovations associated with the upcoming general conference on Saturday and Sunday, October 2­­–3.

Emotional Resilience Training Offered by Church 

A new manual and videos are available for a course in emotional resilience offered by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  

Sister Jean B. Bingham and Sister Camille N. Johnson’s virtual ministry in Asia

From Hong Kong Newsroom Sister Jean B. Bingham, Relief Society general president, and Sister Camille N. Johnson, Primary general president, visited the Asia Area virtually from Sept. 4-12.

Two Rooms Refurbished at Beehive House in Salt Lake City

Two rooms at the historic Beehive House, originally built in 1854, have been refurbished to reflect the life of President Joseph F. Smith and his wife Julina Lambson Smith. The historic home, located on Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah, is owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Latter-day Saints Around the World: Country Newsroom Websites, September 23, 2021

Temple Square Renovation Update: September 2021

The Salt Lake Temple has been closed for renovation since December 2019. The Church Office Building plaza closed for an upgrade in February 2021. The following is the latest in a series of regular updates about these projects.

Temple Site Locations Announced in Four Latin American Countries

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has released the locations of four temples to be built in Latin America. These temples were previously announced — one in October 2020 and the other three in April 2021 — by Church President Russell M. Nelson.

The First Presidency Asks Latter-day Saints Worldwide to Wear Face Masks in Temples

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints sent the following letter on September 22, 2021, to Church leaders around the world.

The Tabernacle Choir Resumes First In-Person Rehearsals Since the Beginning of the Pandemic

Church Completes Major Microfilm Digitization Initiative

Billions of historical family history records are available to the public with the completion of a microfilm digitization initiative by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. “This is a really incredible milestone,” said Joseph Monsen, director of preservation services for the Church History Department. “For 83 years,...