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There is tremendous and often untapped potential in Young Women class presidencies.
Stake conferences (starting November 2020) and weekly worship (now) can resume in a variety of ways, as local circumstances allow.
The interviews focus on building a community and encouraging “connection”—rather than a focus on research, records, or marketing new tools. 
The Young Women sesquicentennial celebration will be a beautiful reminder of what has been and a sacred rejoicing in what will be.” (President Bonnie H. Cordon, Young Women general president)
Look inside the homes of Canadian members as they worship on Sundays in their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Look inside the homes of Canadian members as they worship on Sundays in their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Look inside the homes of Canadian members as they worship on Sundays in their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A careful, cautious reintegration of worship services and other meetings and activities will follow the lead of local governments, such as sitting 6 feet from other Church members.
Resources are provided in response to the continued disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic
People can “have differing points of view and yet learn to live with and love one another.” (President Russell M. Nelson)
The Church regularly sends emails directly to members about announcements, information related to their specific calling, inspiring messages, and Church news.
“For me, to come here tonight and to hear [President Nelson] speak and to hear his words, it was very powerful,” Janice Lukes, Winnipeg city councillor