In the News

“If more people felt the Savior’s love, the world would be different,” Elder Ulisses Soares told members in Santiago, as he begins three-country ministry trip.

A new wildfire disaster recovery page became a resource for the Edmonton area as JustServe helped with communication, identifying needs, making connections and mobilizing the community.

Learn about different service activities involving Latter-day Saints that have happened in Nicaragua, Guatemala and Honduras.

In 2022, Humanitarian Services and volunteers of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints blessed the lives of thousands throughout Brazil.

During a recent ministering trip, Elder Gary E. Stevenson spoke at the Brazil Missionary Training Center and met with leaders in São Paulo.

After Typhoon Mawar knocked out power and utilities to most of the island, Church members clean up water damage and downed trees.

A few hundred copies of Ka Buke a Moramona were bound in 1855 and a BYU–Hawaii archivist wanted to know how many copies still existed.

From clean water to medical supplies, the Church is providing a variety of resources to those in need.

Church members and missionaries were among the thousands who attended event marking 100 years of Christianity in Southeast Asian country.

See how both the Church’s recent humanitarian efforts and angels of “the mortal kind” are blessing thousands in Armenia, Hungary and Slovakia.

Numbers of Church members, dedicated temples, wards and branches, and stakes from 1830 to 2022.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints seeks to provide temporal relief by collaborating with organizations around the globe

The Church donated over $13.5 million in aid by early April, and is now donating housing, medical clinics and more.

The programs aim to provide listeners with “valuable insights, practical tips, and an extra dose of motivation.”

The two-day conference provided instruction and inspirational messages for prison and hospital chaplains, as well as those in chaplaincy leadership throughout the U.K.

The shirt traveled to Ghana from an Idaho Deseret Industries store in what Elder Call said was no coincidence.

In recent months, youth and young single adults in Samoa, Australia, Puerto Rico, Panama and Rome have gathered to have fun and fortify their testimonies of Jesus Christ.

From the Ivory Coast to Australia to Peru, here’s how Church leaders and members are promoting religious freedom.

Elder S. Mark Palmer and other Church leaders participated in a devotional in which they spoke to youth in Central America about serving missions.

More than 800 volunteers with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Panama took part in the National Day of Service.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints prioritizes safe drinking water as one of its global humanitarian efforts. See how the Church works with organizations to help people in many countries.

Recent humanitarian efforts in Guatemala and Honduras show love for neighbors.

Throughout the United Kingdom, JustServe volunteers painted, cleaned, gardened, sewed and served for the Big Help Out after King Charles’ coronation.

Church of Jesus Christ received extensive recognition from local government leaders and media for its humanitarian work during Cyclone Freddy.

Renovated school exemplifies continued efforts between the Church and leaders in West Africa, as a local stake also meet with a city mayor.

The Church and United Nations work together on humanitarian efforts around the world.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints invited into interreligious council.

Ni-Vanuatu Latter-day Saint Mariella Kaun sought to bring temple blessings to her people.

Combined efforts of missionaries, local leaders and members result in 104 people being baptized in Mangu, Nigeria, in March and April.

A 40-foot container behind a Church meetinghouse contained emergency supplies before cyclones hit the South Pacific.