News Releases

Peter and Maxine Meurs Honoured at Farewell Gathering in Perth

Business colleagues, Church associates, and friends from the community gathered at the Warwick Chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Sunday 3 July to honour and farewell Peter and Maxine Meurs prior to their departure to the United States, where he will serve the Church for the next l0 years as a General Authority Seventy.

From Pacific Mormon Newsroom

Fans Expect 'Big' Future for Tongan Mormon Missionary 

Motekiai Langi, currently serving as a missionary in Arizona for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is a year away from his opportunity to be the biggest man in American College football. 

Muslim Interfaith Expert Shares Message of Tolerance and Understanding

Visiting Omani scholar, Dr Mohammed Said Al-Mamari, recently spoke to members and guests of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Brisbane about tolerance, respect and understanding.

Young Single Adults Give Sydney Temple Grounds a Sprucing

Young Single Adults from the Sydney Harbor Ward (congregation) met in Carlingford for a service project recently to clean the grounds of the Sydney Temple.

Civil Society: Faith in the Public Square

Third in a three part series from the Global Newsroom

Latter-day Saints Across NSW Give to Syrian Refugees

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in NSW has supported Syrian Refugees Crisis Appeal since September 2015 by providing immediate supplies to orphaned Syrian children, women and other refugees. This month hundreds of young adults from across NSW will gather donations for the Crisis Appeal as one of their service projects for the Church.

Australia is Finally Home to Former Refugee

Orginally from Liberia, former refugee Charles Kawa is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and attends the Dapto congregation in the Macarthur Stake (Diocese). He and his wife Comfort have been residing in Australia since 2008 after spending 10 years in a refugee camp.

South Brisbane Faith Groups Unite During Ramadan

A diverse group of faiths gathered at Stockleigh Mosque in Brisbane’s south on Sunday 3 July 2016 to celebrate the ritual of fasting, a common belief and practice among Muslims, members of the Baha’i faith and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Winter Warmth for Adelaide Refugees and Homeless 

Adelaide Latter-day Saints have blanketed refugees with warmth as they settle into their new homes in South Australia.

Young People from Sydney Rise to the Challenge to Seek Out Their Ancestors

Youth from Northern Sydney put aside Facebook and Twitter, choosing instead to use technology to learn about their ancestors.