News Releases

COVID-19 and Its Impact on Latter-day Saints Around the World

From Newsroom (Salt Lake City) Another update on how coronavirus is impacting Latter-day Saints around the world. 

Unified Action Needed on Freedom of Religion or Belief Violations, According to North American and British Representatives

Senior representatives from Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States met for an online roundtable – COVID-19, Religion and Belief: Canada, United States, and United Kingdom Perspectivesaddressing challenges to religious liberty during the period of COVID-19....

Overcoming Pharmaceutical Poverty

Latter-day Saint Charities worked in collaboration with Banco Farmaceutico over the last three years to provide both volunteer and financial assistance to help overcome pharmaceutical poverty in Italy.

Where Heaven Meets Earth

A new hymn written by English jazz pianist and Irish retiree hallows the temple

Serving the poor and needy during COVID-19

Latter-day Saint humanitarian efforts benefit 800,000 across Europe 

The Tabernacle Choir Announces New Dates for 2021 Tour

The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square announced further details about their 2021 tour to seven cities in four Nordic countries and the United Kingdom.  Originally planned for 2020, the tour was postponed due to COVID-19 limitations.

Christianity on the frontline of COVID-19

Latter-day Saint healthcare workers throughout the United Kingdom find strength in their Christian faith during COVID-19

Exceptions to Dress Standards Announced for Young Male Missionaries

From Newsroom (Salt Lake City)

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced exceptions to the dress standards for young men serving as missionaries.


Interfaith Scotland Women’s Leadership Workshop with Dr Susan R Madsen

World-renowned Latter-day Saint scholar keynotes Interfaith Scotland’s women and leadership event

Prophet Joins NAACP Leaders in Call for Racial Harmony in America

From Newsroom (Salt Lake City) In a joint op-ed published Friday in the Deseret News, President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and three leaders of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People call on all Americans to embrace Jesus Christ’s simple but challenging model that can lead to racial peace...