In the News

From the bishops’ storehouse at Welfare Square, the Presiding Bishopric talks about the Church’s worldwide welfare and humanitarian efforts.

The Church’s South America South Area held its first “MeetUp,” a one-day youth conference, simultaneously in more than 100 locations in Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay. Here’s what happened.

More than 100,000 participate in country-wide event marking the beginning of the Christmas season in Mexico.

Elder D. Todd Christofferson ministers to members and missionaries one by one during a Central Africa trip that also included meetings for Kenya and Uganda.

Books, specialized rescue equipment and health supplies will help French Polynesia and Tonga.

From wheelchair donations to helping another faith build a new worship space, the Church served neighbors around Guayaquil, Quevedo and Manta.

The missions include five in Africa and one in Europe.

Rural areas and underserved populations to benefit from new medical supplies.

Elder Dale G. Renlund and Sister Ruth Renlund shared instruction with the Brazil Belém Mission on the day before the Belém temple dedication.

In a new video, President Susan H. Porter highlighted the work of the Church to support the health, safety and nutrition of children all over the world.

Elder Gerrit W. Gong met with Panama’s vice president, and Sister Susan L. Gong delivered a donation in Guatemala.

‘The world needs your light,’ proclaims new video for #LightTheWorld, with invitation to share joy and light throughout December.

“We see a vibrant Church,” said Elder D. Todd Christofferson in Central Africa.

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland concludes 3-nation European ministry by addressing leaders, youth and members in Finland and promises that “the prayers of the righteous will prevail.”

Here’s how MeetUp — an annual one-day youth conference held simultaneously in Latter-day Saint meetinghouses across Brazil — is strengthening youth and young single adults.

Elder Jeffrey R. Holland reflects on the significance of Sweden in the Church’s history and missionaries shares their families’ Swedish roots.

“You are known by God, you are loved by God, and you are needed by God,” said Sister Michelle D. Craig with President Susan H. Porter in Ghana.

During a ministry visit to Germany, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland met with Ukrainian refugees and expressed gratitude to the German Saints helping them.

Church support helps UNHCR give assistance to vulnerable families in Afghanistan

Thousands toured the Quito temple before its dedication, including local government and religious leaders.

After two years of virtual events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, “Luz de las Naciones” celebrated its 20th anniversary by returning to the Conference Center.

The concert included youth performers from Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Guatemala and Honduras.

Giving-focused vending machines to be in 28 locations across the U.S. and around the world.

Donations help shelters care for children and others seeking asylum.

Elder Gerrit W. Gong invited young adults o build spiritual foundations with faith in Jesus Christ and look to a bright future.

Several natural disasters affected thousands of people.

Twenty-four new portable servers will wirelessly deliver free digital education content to students.

Mortality rate of new mothers dropped after similar medical training around the world.

The Church’s efforts benefit children and adults in Ucayali and Cusco.

In Thailand, Elder Uchtdorf made a surprise visit to the country’s first FSY conference, ministered to members and presented a humanitarian donation.