The Mormon Tabernacle Choir embarked on its 2018 Classic Coast Tour on June 18. The 360-voice choir, along with its companion Orchestra at Temple Square, will perform in seven cities in California, Washington, and Vancouver, Canada. “We want the audience to walk away feeling that this was an experience that they have never felt before,” said choir president Ron Jarrett, “there is nothing like listening to the choir in person.”
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Today, the First Presidency sent a letter to bishops worldwide with strengthened guidelines to make interviews more effective. To ensure that the youth of the Church and their parents are aware of the topics and questions covered in these interviews, bishops are asked to share that information with the youth prior to meeting with them. Read the additional changes here.
Two books of sacred music published by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are about to undergo significant changes. An official notice has been sent to Church leaders around the world announcing a revision to “Hymns” and the “Children’s Songbook” used in worship services.
‘Troubled’ by forced separation of families, LDS Church calls for ‘rational, compassionate’ immigration solutions
The LDS Church said Monday that the forced separation of children from parents on the U.S. border harms families and called for rational, compassionate solutions.
President Russell M. Nelson’s days as a pioneering heart surgeon may be more than three decades in the past, but an announcement Friday evening shows his work continues to have enduring effects.
President Nelson bore a powerful witness of the Book of Mormon as he instructed the Saints in the seven stakes of the Calgary region. He testified that the Book of Mormon “is a gift from God to all of mankind. Guard it, know it, read it, study it, teach it and give God thanks for that great gift to us.”
Early in May, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gathered at the Royal Villa to beautify its grounds. The beautification project was a continuation of a commitment originally made by local Latter-day Saint leader, Ian C. Tu’ihalangingie, to Queen Mother Halaevalu Mata’aho ‘Ahome’e.