Church announces adjustments to missionary work, will continue to call missionaries despite coronavirus concerns Temporary adjustments will be made to missionary work in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, leaders announced Monday morning.
22 European missions sending home missionaries with medical conditions due to COVID-19 concerns The Church announced all senior missionaries and young missionaries with serious or chronic medical conditions serving in Europe will return home beginning today.
Church announces more temple closures, guidelines for large gatherings at BYU, BYU-Idaho, BYU-Hawaii, LDSBC The Church announced more temple closures on Wednesday evening, as well as guidelines for large events at Church-owned college campuses, due to ongoing concerns related to the COVID-19 virus.
Changes to general conference, missionary work, stake conferences announced by the Church in response to coronavirus In three letters addressed to all Church members, the First Presidency announced changes to April general conference, MTCs and stake conferences.
Rome Italy Temple becomes 5th to close in response to COVID-19, update on missionaries in Korea The Europe Area presidency announced Thursday that the Rome Italy Temple would close in response to concerns about the spreading coronavirus. An update regarding missionaries in Korea was also released.
How COVID-19 continues to affect Latter-day Saints worldwide Following a First Presidency announcement cautioning Church members against international travel for the upcoming April 2020 general conference, the Church released an updated statement about how Latter-day Saints around the world are being affected by ongoing precautions against the spreading coronavirus.
First Presidency discourages leaders, members from international travels to April conference due to coronavirus concerns Church issues statement to leaders and members cautioning against international travel to attend April conference and cancels leadership sessions of conference amid growing concerns for the spread of coronavirus.
Church’s commitment to care for those in need — anywhere in the world — reflected in annual report The annual report of Latter-day Saint Charities documents the Church's 2019 efforts to lift millions in 142 nations and territories through more than 3,200 projects.
Missionaries, staff safe after intruder enters Sao Paulo MTC with a knife According to a statement from Nei Garcia, Brazil Area Director of Public Affairs, the intruder was shot and killed by police. None of the missionaries or MTC staff were harmed during the incident.
Church reduces missionary force in Liberia due to country’s economic concerns In coming days, 23 young missionaries who are nearing the scheduled completion of their missions, will return home. An additional eight missionaries scheduled to serve in the country have been temporarily reassigned to other missions.
President Nelson reaches out to China, responds to coronavirus by sending protective equipment The Church announced Wednesday it will be sending a large shipment of protective gear to China in partnership with the charitable organization HOPE (Health Oriented Preventive Education).