News Releases

Baldivis Youth Service Project for the Disabled 

Around 50 members from the Baldivis, WA congregation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints joined with local Baldivis MLA Reece Whitby in volunteering at the Mead Farm on the 6th May 2017.

Religious and Community Leaders Celebrate National Families Week

Religious and community leaders and representatives from family organisations gathered in Baulkham Hills, NSW to discuss the importance of marriage, parenting and families. 

From Pacific Mormon Newsroom

President Henry B. Eyring Visits New Zealand

It’s not every day you get a visit from two Apostles. But for Latter-day Saints in Temple View, Hamilton, it was an occasion they will never forget.

From Pacific Mormon Newsroom

Elder and Sister Nielsen Say Farewell to their Friends in the South Pacific

After three years of service, Elder S. Gifford Nielsen, of the Seventy, of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and his wife Wendy Nielsen, bid farewell to the peoples of the Pacific this week.

Sounds of Music for 58 years

Sounds of Music for 58 years

Girrawheen Author’s Third Book To Raise Money for Muscular Dystrophy  

Western Australia author, Dorothy May Howard from Girrawheen has written her third book to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association of Western Australia.

Toowoomba Chapel Celebrates 60 Years

Sixty Years ago, on 7 July 1956 in the City of Toowoomba, Mayor Alderman MJR Anderson turned the first sod for a new Chapel for the members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  A year later, they moved into their new building.

From Pacific Mormon Newsroom

VIDEO: Performers in Hamilton Cultural Celebration Reflect on Past, Look to Future 

Members and guests of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints enjoyed a cultural celebration in the new David O. McKay Stake and Cultural Events Centre on Friday evening, 16 June 2017.

From Pacific Mormon Newsroom

New and Refurbished Buildings Are Dedicated in Temple View, New Zealand

Pouches for Joeys

Young kangaroos need a warm pouch to survive and reach maturity. Orphaned joeys require carers like Lisa Rose of South Hedland, WA to make pouches for them.