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A selection of Church literature and media were presented to students from Glenrothes High School in Fife
A group of 120 young single adults participated in renovating the abandoned Leith Theatre in Edinburgh
An amazing 471 pairs of used spectacles were collected in just a few hours as 32 members of the Buchan Ward, Aberdeen Stake, gave service together over two weeks.
President Keith Wigglesworth and Sister Pam Wigglesworth presided over the ELM from 1992-1995
With a full house we witnessed the joy and tears of both those performing and those watching.
The account of Thomas Davies, from Shrewsbury to Salt Lake City
Retired couple brave the heat and spiders in Australia to serve other people.
Over 80 youth in Northampton made a wild flower bed by a Boat Lake.
A voucher for 100 hours of Community Service presented to MP Toby Perkins
North Cornwall MP, Mr Scott Mann, attended the Family History Centre to receive a framed picture of his family history.
Slovak saints set up shoeshine stall to serve the people of Rotherham
Banbury girl getting her big chance to perform ballet at the Royal Albert Hall
The Restoration of the gospel of Jesus Christ is still rolling forth, sweeping every country and sounding in every ear.
Emma McClarkin, MEP, recently attended the family history centre at the Northampton meetinghouse of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and received her four-generation plan.
When considering which charity to support throughout 2017 and beyond, members of the Paignton Ward in Devon decided that they wanted to help an organisation called Torquay Community Larder, which is based at Torquay Salvation Army.
The outgoing Mayor and Mayoress of Guildford spent their final joint engagement together at a church service with members of the Guildford Ward, who were delighted to welcome Councillor Gordon Jackson and his wife, Sue Jackson, to their Sunday service.
On 18th March a group of 80 younger and older women met together at the Plymouth Stake Centre as they celebrated 175 years since the founding of the women’s organization of ‘Relief Society’.
Following a talk last summer by the Relief Society President of the Newcastle Emlyn ward, President Amy Wilcox gave a lesson focussed on the talk ‘I Was A Stranger’ by Linda K. Burton, the Relief Society General President
At the April General Conference, President Dieter F. Utchdorf, a member of the First Presidency of the Church, presented the names of 36 new Area Seventies, including two men from England
On 28 January 2017 the Graduation Ceremony for the completion of the pilot course of the “Empowerment-Plus: Interfaith Social Cohesion & Enterprise Project” was held.
She really cares for them like they are her own because she says, 'I would hope members would do that for my family if they were on missions.'
In Spring 2017, the Limerick Branch, Limerick District Ireland, held their annual “Irish Night” during “Seachtain Gaeilge” which is the Irish translation of “Irish Week”.
Church members joined with “Unity in Vision” and “The Friendly Food Club” to host a series of multi-faith and multi-cultural cookery courses.
Members and missionaries from the Belfast Northern Ireland Stake turned out in large numbers to help the Royal British Legion with the Belfast Poppy Day on the 4th November last year.
The church members from Norwich launched an appeal to generate supplies that the children would be able to use.
Members of the Plymouth Stake saw a hive of activity at their meetinghouse on Belle Vue Road, Paignton, Devon as they celebrated the 10th anniversary.
For the past seven years, Latter-day Saint meetinghouses throughout the UK have been opening their doors to NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) to facilitate blood donation sessions.
A year-long Self-Reliance roadshow exhibition that travelled around all seven wards within the Nottingham Stake ended in December 2016 having had 250 visitors, representing one-third of the Stake’s active membership.
When Daniel Sintim-Aboagye gave up his football career to serve a mission, he showed that he is one of those special individuals who recognises what matters most and chooses to follow it.
January 22nd 2017 marked the 100th birthday of Herbert John Tate, a war veteran, father of 6 and grandfather, great grandfather and great, great grandfather to a posterity of over 130 children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and their spouses.
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’......
Relief Society sisters from the Lichfield Stake met together to provide help for a local women’s refuge. 
There will be ten performances of the British Pageant, ‘Truth Will Prevail’, in August 2017 (1-5 and 8-12) near the grounds of the church’s Preston England Temple in Lancashire, North West England.