More than 800 tons of food being donated to New York charities to commemorate 200th anniversary of First Vision The Church is sending 200 deliveries of food across the state of New York to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Prophet Joseph Smith’s First Vision.
Latter-day Saint Charities and the World Food Programme partner to aid global pandemic relief efforts Continuing their long standing partnership, Latter-day Saint Charities and the World Food Programme collaborate to provide pandemic relief efforts worldwide.
How BYU-Pathway Worldwide is becoming one of the most valuable education opportunities for returned missionaries With an easy application process, tuition discounts and an entirely online-based program, BYU-Pathway Worldwide is proving to be an increasingly valuable experience for young returned missionaries.
Evacuations and early releases during COVID-19: Excerpts from Church project documenting missionary experiences The Church History Department has recently completed a project documenting missionary and mission leader experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read some of their stories here.
Latter-day Saints safe following explosion in Beirut; area presidency issues statement "We pray that God will bless the injured and pour out peace and comfort on all who are mourning in Lebanon and around the world at this time," said the Church’s Middle East/Africa North Area Presidency.
10 Latter-day Saint pioneers whose influence spans the decades and the globe In celebration of Pioneer Day, the Church News compiled 10 lesser-known pioneer stories from around the world. You may not recognize their names, but you or someone you know has likely benefited from their sacrifices.
First Presidency approves missionary attire exceptions, including blue shirts, no ties The Church’s area presidencies can use these exceptions — wearing white or blue dress shirts and with or without ties — in adjusting missionary attire to specific locations.
Deseret News: From ‘that dreadful day’ to resuming in-person worship: How Latter-day Saints weathered the past 2.5 months Through interviews, reporting over nearly four months and press accounts, the Deseret News has compiled a picture of the Church’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Beehive Clothing facilities worldwide will produce 200,000 gowns, 1.5 million masks in COVID-19 relief project The six Church-owned Beehive Clothing plants have been producing medical-grade gowns and face masks instead of sacred clothing since mid-April.
First Presidency announces some meetings, activities to resume as world continues to respond to COVID-19 In a letter addressed to Latter-day Saints, plans were outlined permitting “some meetings and activities to be resumed on a limited basis using a careful, phased approach.”
First Presidency encourages reverent art of the Savior in meetinghouses As part of President Nelson's ongoing effort to place the Savior at the center of His Church, the First Presidency has asked local leaders to ensure meetinghouse foyers and entries are reverent.
Church donates $5.5M to COVID-19 relief efforts across the United States The Church continues support for humanitarian partners during the ongoing pandemic — including a $5.5 million cash donation to five different charitable organizations in the United States.