40,000 pounds of food for Missouri families donated by Latter-day Saint Charities On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, more than 3,500 St. Louis-area families received food and toiletries thanks to a partnership with Latter-day Saint Charities and the Urban League of Metropolitan Saint Louis.
Renovation announced for Church Office Building Plaza — see what is changing, what is planned The Church Office Building Plaza renovation includes the removal of the large water fountain, improved water-proofing across the plaza and renewing the landscaping.
There are 9 Latter-day Saints in U.S. Congress Nine Church members are part of the 117th United States Congress — including three members of the U.S. Senate and six from the House of Representatives, according to information from Pew Research Survey.
Marjorie Ethel Sackley, wife of General Authority and WWII veteran Elder Robert E. Sackley, dies at age 93 Sister Marjorie Ethel Orth Sackley, the widow of Elder Robert E. Sackley, a General Authority Seventy and World War II veteran, passed away on Wednesday, Dec. 30.
A network of support: What sets BYU-Pathway Worldwide apart from other online learning programs Area Seventy Elder Mark Gottfredson describes the PathwayConnect program as a phenomenal ministering tool because of the way it meets people's spiritual and temporal needs.
Missionaries in 2020: Pandemic impacts and new possibilities, processes Missionaries serving the Church in 2020 were impacted by returns to home countries and reassignments, but they also learned how to more effectively use technology to share the gospel.
Utah’s governor-elect Spencer Cox talks pioneers, pandemic trials — and the joys of being the Primary chorister Latter-day Saint politician utilizes lessons learned from pioneer legacy, missionary service to help manage COVID-19's ongoing challenges.