June 23 reopening set for first MTCs, with new missionary training to be both online and on-site Even with the gradual reopening of MTCs and resumption of in-person instruction, most new missionaries will continue to have a portion of their training at home via videoconference.
What Latter-day Saint Charities is doing to relieve suffering in Sudan Latter-day Saint Charities is partnering with several humanitarian organizations to provide aid to Sudan, which suffered devastating floods last year and is home to tens of thousands of refugees.
How a former Young Women general leader continues to serve women and girls worldwide in her new role at the United Nations Sister Carol F. McConkie, former member of the Young Women general presidency, talks about her new position on the NGO Committee on the Status of Women, Geneva at the United Nations.
Middle East/Africa North Area presidency offers Eid al-Fitr greetings as Ramadan concludes Elder Anthony D. Perkins, a General Authority Seventy and president of the Middle East/Africa North Area, shared Eid al-Fitr greetings in a video posted Wednesday, May 12.
‘Open up their homes and hearts’: Church members observe Muslim devotion, service during Ramadan “During this special time,” says Linton Crockford-Moore, a Latter-day Saint who lives in Dubai, “I am truly grateful for the love, openness and hospitality of the people of this country who, throughout the holy month of Ramadan, open up their homes and hearts.”
Middle East/North Africa Area Presidency issues statement following deadly stampede in Israel "We are mindful of Israel’s mourning at this time and extend our sympathy to our Jewish friends throughout the world," wrote the Middle East/North Africa Area Presidency.
Donated supplies arrive on St. Vincent as volcanic activity continues on island Supplies donated by the Church that were sent from Puerto Rico and 1,000 hygiene kits packed by Church members and friends on the nearby island of Grenada have arrived on St. Vincent as volcanic activity continues.