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Public Invited to Tour Newly Remodeled Ogden Utah Temple By The LDS Newsroom

The Ogden Utah Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will open for free public tours beginning Friday, 1 August, through Saturday, 6 September 2014.

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Mormon Youth in Utah Host Special Needs Pioneer Trek

Many of the teens from the Bountiful Stake wanted to give the special needs Mutual representing 26 stakes in Davis County in northern Utah a sense of what the early Latter-day Saints experienced 167 years ago.

By The LDS Newsroom
Annual BYU Campus Education Week to run August 18-22

Based on the theme, “Seek Learning, Even by Study and Also by Faith” (Doctrine and Covenants 88:118), Education Week will feature more than 1,000 classes taught by more than 200 presenters, teaching on a wide variety of topics.

By BYU Media Relations
Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Santino Fontana Headline Pioneer Day Concerts

The "excited, honored and terrified" Frozen star joins the Mormon Tabernacle Choir for "A Summer Celebration of Song" featuring Broadway and movie show tunes.

By The LDS Newsroom
Groundbreaking Date Announced for Meridian Idaho Temple

The Meridian Idaho Temple will be the Church’s fifth temple in Idaho (the other four are in Boise, Twin Falls, Idaho Falls and Rexburg).

By The LDS Newsroom
PHOTO ESSAY: A Look at Members, Missionaries and Temples in Peru

Peru, a land widely recognized for its architectural achievements and rich cultural traditions, is creating a new chapter in its history for the membership of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

By The LDS Newsroom
FamilySearch Announces International Indexing Challenge

FamilySearch International today announced a worldwide crowdsourcing challenge aimed at establishing a new record for the most volunteer indexing participants online in a single day.

By The LDS Newsroom
VIDEO: Church Expands Use of Digital Devices for Missionary Work

The First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles are expanding the use of mobile devices following a successful pilot program that has been in place since last fall involving 6,500 missionaries in 30 missions in the United States and Japan.

By The LDS Newsroom
LDS Disciplinary Councils: Personal Views of Two

Two interviews by those who have closely experienced disciplinary councils.

Mormon Battalion Site Receives California Historian Award

The Mormon Battalion Historic Site in San Diego is being honored with the California Historian of the Year Commercial Award.

By The LDS Newsroom