Children are invited to learn more about temples in new Friend to Friend broadcast The third of its kind Friend to Friend broadcast will focus on the temple with activities, music and messages from Elder Gary E. Stevenson and the Primary general presidency.
Missionaries pull handcarts in Nebraska parade in 175th anniversary year of trek west Florence Days Parade celebrates the community of Florence, which was built on the site of Winter Quarters, Nebraska, where the pioneers settled as they headed west from Nauvoo, Illinois, and where the Mormon Trail Center is.
Youth and young adults lead tours at ancient tabernacle replica, pointing to Christ and temple covenants A full-sized replica display of the Old Testament tabernacle and adjoining visitors center experience are showing tens of thousands of visitors the connections between ancient and modern temples.
Reindeer bus brings joy and toys to children around Vancouver, Canada, with help of JustServe The employees of Translink BC in Vancouver, Canada, collect items for Toys for Tots every year in a bus decorated to look like a reindeer. This past Christmas, JustServe volunteers added to the effort.
U.S. national team soccer star Ashley Hatch plays Washington D.C. Temple tour host for club teammates Latter-day Saint soccer phenom Ashley Hatch hosted several of her Washington Spirit teammates on a tour of the Washington D.C. Temple — and invites fans to tour the temple themselves.
First-chair talent, life-long humility of the concertmaster for the Orchestra at Temple Square For over two decades, Meredith Campbell has dedicated her time and talents to the Orchestra at Temple Square. To her, the carefully crafted wood and strings in her hands isn’t just an instrument; she is the violin, and the notes coming from her are just as much her testimony as they are a melody.