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Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have encouraged members of the Church to look at the suffering of the 1.25 million refugees coming to Europe.
Bishop James Holt of the Hyde Ward in the Manchester Stake was part of a team of writers who produced the current manual used in priesthood and Relief Society classes: Teachings of Presidents of the Church: Gordon B. Hinckley.
Bishop Scott Goldie, a local leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Aberdeen, Scotland recently hosted Mr Kevin Stewart, the Member of the Scottish Parliament for Aberdeen Central.
Two global charity pioneers were honoured at the 2016 Scottish Family Values Awards in Glasgow, sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Lady Victoria Borwick, Member of Parliament for Kensington and former Deputy Mayor of London, was a special guest at a recent Sabbath Day service at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Hyde Park, London.
The Right Honourable ‘The Lord’ and ‘Lady Clitheroe’ recently hosted a choir from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at an historic Remembrance Day fundraiser for a new organ at St Leonard’s Church in Downham.
President Michael Robert Otterson, of Liverpool, has recently been named as the new president of the London England Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 
Fifty-five years ago I was a young travelling elder of six weeks serving in the British Mission when I received a call from the Mission President to supervise the opening of a new district. 
In 1961 the Elders came knocking on a cold, wet, blustery day in Denton, near Manchester. 
Chelsea wrote a public letter thanking her mother and father for some life lessons she learned from them, regardless of their addiction to drugs.
A powerful monument to the faith and dedication of its members, the Cardiff Stake chapel recently reached its 50th year of existence.
In late 2014, Bishop Beharrell set the Shrewsbury Ward a challenge to ‘Look to the Temple’......