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Latter-day Saint sister missionaries can now wear dress pants The First Presidency has updated the missionary dress and grooming guidelines for sister missionaries worldwide.
Sister missionaries smile after meeting with President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Lima, Peru on Oct. 20, 2018.
FAQ: What to expect in 2019 from the changes for Primary progression, young men priesthood ordination and youth temple recommends Beginning in January 2019, Latter-day Saint children will complete Primary and progress to youth programs as age groups. Read frequently asked questions about the announcement and upcoming changes.
Kampong Thom branch primary children pose in the chapel in Cambodia on Apr 28, 2018. On Dec. 14, the First Presidency announced changes to the timeline children and youth in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will complete Primary, move from one class or quorum to the next and attend the temple for the first time. The changes, effective January 2019, also impact when young men may be ordained to priesthood offices.
Here's a quick timeline of when young men have been ordained to the priesthood over the years Ages for ordaining young men to priesthood offices are not “doctrinally mandated” and have varied throughout Church history, according to materials released by the Church. Following is a historical list of ages for priesthood ordination.
The First Presidency announced changes Dec. 14 to the timeline children and youth in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will complete Primary, move from one class or quorum to the next and attend the temple for the first time. The changes, effective January 2019, also impact when young men may be ordained to priesthood offices.
First Presidency announces changes for Primary progression, young men priesthood ordination and youth temple recommends The First Presidency has announced changes that will unify when children move from the Primary program into youth programs, when they attend the temple for the first time and when some boys are ordained to the priesthood.
The First Presidency announced changes Dec. 14 to the timeline children and youth in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will complete Primary, move from one class or quorum to the next and attend the temple for the first time. The changes, effective January 2019, also impact when young men may be ordained to priesthood offices.
Dominican Republic MTC to close in January 2019 The Dominican Republic Missionary Training Center is closing next month, joining two other of the Church's MTCs previously announced as closing effective January 2019.
The Dominican Republic Missionary Training Center in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.