2018 RootsTech Family Discovery Day

A date for your diary – 3rd March 2018 – 8pm GMT – Live on lds.org

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President Dallin H. Oaks of the First Presidency and his wife, Sister Kristen M. Oaks, will be the keynote speakers at Family Discovery Day at 1:00 p.m. MST on Saturday, March 3, 2018. Attend or watch live on LDS.org from anywhere in the world.

Source: 2018 RootsTech Family Discovery Day – Church News and Events

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2017 First Presidency’s Christmas Devotional – Church News and Events

The First Presidency’s Christmas devotional will be December 3, 2017, in the Conference Center in Salt Lake City. It will include seasonal music and inspiring messages.

For details of live viewing of the Devotional, click link below.

2017 First Presidency’s Christmas Devotional – Church News and Events

General Conference Sessions Consolidated

In a message sent to Church leadership and to be read in worship services throughout the world, the Council of the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced changes for future general conferences.

Source: General Conference Sessions Consolidated

Church Buys Printer’s Manuscript of Book of Mormon from Community of Christ – Church News and Events

The Church recently acquired the printer’s manuscript of the Book of Mormon from the Community of Christ

Source: Church Buys Printer’s Manuscript of Book of Mormon from Community of Christ – Church News and Events

Interactive Pioneer Trails Exhibit Opens at Church History Museum | Meridian Magazine

The exhibit illustrates the various means of travel and trails used by Mormon pioneers.

The exhibit illustrates the various means of travel and trails used by Mormon pioneers.

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In Secular France, What Did the Media Think of the Paris Temple? | Meridian Magazine

“The difficulty in France is that nobody wants to follow an institutional religion. Religion is viewed with suspicion.” Other institutions want no connection

Source: In Secular France, What Did the Media Think of the Paris Temple? | Meridian Magazine