News Releases

Serving Together as Mission Leaders in the England Manchester Mission

President K. Roy Tunnicliffe and Sister Vanessa Tunnicliffe begin their service

United Arab Emirates Ambassador Hosted at London England Temple by Middle East/Africa North Area President

The beautiful grounds of the London England Temple, located in Surrey’s peaceful countryside, were the setting for a special visit by H.E. Mansoor Abulhoul, UAE Ambassador to the UK (September 20).

Behind the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham

Volunteers reflect on their “once in a lifetime” experiences

Tabernacle Choir Broadcasts the Spoken Word from the UK & Ireland

Tabernacle Choir become a global choir

Renovations Are Coming to the Stockholm Sweden Temple

The Stockholm Sweden Temple will close for extensive renovations

The Church of Jesus Christ Gives US$32 Million to the World Food Programme

From Newsroom (Salt Lake City) The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has given the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) US$32 million — the faith’s largest one-time contribution to a humanitarian organization — to help fight what the WFP calls a “seismic hunger crisis.”

Building with Bricks in Birmingham

New Mission Leaders in Birmingham

World Council of Churches assembly concludes in Karlsruhe

"We must never allow religion, which is intended to build up, encourage and edify people, to become a means to humiliate others, a tool of hatred and violence," said President Frank-Walter Steinmeier at the opening of the 11th Assembly of the World Council of Churches (WCC). These words by the Federal President of Germany were...

Admiration, Respect and Gratitude for the Life of Queen Elizabeth II

From Newsroom (Salt Lake City) The United Kingdom and the people of the world have lost a noble monarch with the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. She presided through seven decades, in times of peace and conflict, plenty and struggle, and did so with characteristic grace and goodness.

Back to their Roots in England for New Leeds Mission Leaders

President David V. Clare and Sister Jayne Clare help to ‘hasten the work’ in England