A new Latter-day Saint congregation was formed on Sunday, 20 July 2014, in the South Australian coastal town where the first Mormon missionary sent to Australia was buried.
Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Anglican Church recognized two Western Australian mayors for their service to families and communities at a special devotional meeting in Perth recently.
This month Darrell K. Back and Mary Ann Back begin three years of service leading the Australia Sydney South Mission of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
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- Homage to the Home: Why Society Needs Strong Families
- Interfaith Relations
- An Optimistic View of the Future of Religious Liberty
- Mormon and Modern
- Health Practices
- VIDEO: Latter-day Saint Apostle Shares His Feelings about the Pacific and its Peoples
Muslim women in Pakenham, Victoria, accepted the invitation to have a "Ladies Day" with their neighbouring members of The Church of Jesus-Christ of Latter-day Saints on 1 June. Sharing thoughts, experiences, and lunch at the Pakenham Stake Centre, they found much in common. Full Story »
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Federal MP Alan Tudge recently addressed Mormon teens and young adults in Victoria. He told them that learning and the resultant good employment will allow young people to maintain the Church’s legacy of service and contribution to the community. Full Story »
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