Recently, The Hon Christopher Pyne MP presented Adelaide temple president, Barry Lee, with a brand new, much bigger Australian flag to fly in front of the temple. The Church’s love of country is reflected in its respect for the Australian flag, which flies prominently on the grounds of each of the Australian temples across the country.
Mr David Coleman, Federal Member for Banks, and Mr Craig Kelly, Federal Member for Hughes, attend Church conference in Mortdale, Sydney
Two Members of Parliament attended the Sunday session of the Sydney Australia Mortdale Stake Conference recently. President Andrew Campbell, counsellor in the stake presidency, said he was delighted Mr Coleman and Mr Kelly could attend.
Sue Frost, along with a team of 24 other cyclists from Canberra, recently traveled to Denmark to participate in the ‘Annual Team Rykenby Challenge.’
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Young men and women who have completed 18 months to two years of missionary service came together recently in Sydney to talk about what they are doing next in their lives. The gathering took place on Saturday 13 September 2014 at Buckland House, Carlingford. Full Story »
The Sydney Australia Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was the first Mormon temple to be built in Australia. Full Story »
Church President, Thomas S. Monson, last October announced the minimum age of 18 years for young men and 19 years for young women who wish to serve a Mormon mission. One hundred and forty one young adult women in Australia have answered the call to serve full-time missions since that time just one year ago. Full Story »
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