Community Service

Changes to the Church’s missionary programs will expand service opportunities for worthy young adults who desire to serve a mission.
One of seven semi trucks was filled with food during the Edmonton Food Drive co-ordinated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Youth Leadership Conference attendees in Ontario celebrate at the conclusion of assembling over 13,000 pre-packaged meals for local Ontario food banks.
“Is there any better way to spend a Saturday than volunteering with your parents and grandparents?” Annette Christie
“Faith is a joyful sound played on different instruments.” (Reverend Laurie Deacon, Saint Aidan’s Presbyterian Church)
Community volunteers and stake members help feed thousands.
““Working together is akin to praying together.”
“That is really why we come out on missions—to help people and just love God’s children.”
More than a year after a massive wildfire evacuated their community, people in Fort McMurray are still trying to get things back to normal.
For thousands of community residents living in and around Lethbridge, Alberta this Nativity re-enactment has become a favourite annual Christmas tradition.
Something happened in the process of working together that bound us as a group.
“What my friend loved the most was seeing the power of women working together to accomplish something good for the community.”