News Releases

Collecting Clothes for a Cause

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints collect and sort donations for homeless people.

The Great Young Adults Cook-off

Young adults in Sydney gather to cook and package food for charity.

Riding for Research

Every year over 600 Australian children are diagnosed with cancer and each week 3 of these children succumb to the disease. 

Church Updates Temple Recommend Interview Questions

From Newsroom (Salt Lake City)

President Russell M. Nelson continued his fervent focus on improving the faith’s temple worship Sunday at the concluding session of the 189th Semiannual General Conference. He read an updated list of temple recommend interview questions.


Changes Announced to Strengthen Youth

From Newsroom (Salt Lake City)

Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are announcing changes to Aaronic Priesthood quorums and Young Women classes.


October 2019 General Conference Leadership Meetings Continue

From Newsroom (Salt Lake City)At a general conference leadership session, leaders spoke about the correct use of the name of the Church, ministering, the new program for children and youth, the home-centered, Church-supported model for learning, repentance and service.

The World Report

From Newsroom (Salt Lake City)The October 2019 edition of "The World Report."

October 2019 General Conference News and Announcements

From Newsroom (Salt Lake City)

General conferences of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints take place every six months, originating in the 21,000-seat Conference Center in Salt Lake City and reaching a global audience estimated to be in the millions. Below is a summary of news and announcements from the October 2019 proceedings


General Conference Leadership Sessions Begin

From Newsroom (Salt Lake City)President Nelson announced a change in the Church’s policy related to witnesses who participate in baptisms in local congregations and in temple work.

Faith Representatives Discuss Views on Death and Dying

In times of grief and sadness, respecting each other's beliefs can supply much needed comfort. To foster this respect, Melbourne's Knox Interfaith Network held a forum entitled, “Faith Perspectives on Death and Dying” on Tuesday, 10 September, in which representatives from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints...