- Leadership Sessions of April 2020 General Conference Postponed (Church Newsroom)
The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announces today that the leadership sessions for General Authorities, Area Seventies, and General Officers presently scheduled to be held on April 2–3, 2020, in conjunction with April general conference, have been postponed for six months, until October 1–2 of this year.
- COVID-19 and Its Impact on Latter-day Saints Around the World (Church Newsroom)
Recent concern regarding the COVID-19 (coronavirus) has generated much public attention and has caused significant change in travel, personal interactions and in guidelines prescribed by health officials for how to address the growing concern.
- Washington D.C. Temple Open House and Rededication Dates Announced (Church Newsroom)
The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released information regarding an open house, youth devotional and rededication for the soon-to-be-completed renovation of the Washington D.C. Temple.
- For The First Time In A Generation, The Mormon Temple Will Open To The Public (DCist)
Children have confused the building with the tall, white spires visible from the Beltway for Disneyland’s epic castle, and apparently at least one person thought it was Medieval Times. Not quite.
The Kensington, Md. building is a Mormon temple for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and it has become a landmark in the region.
- New Podcast Invites Listeners to Consider How the First Vision Relates to Them (Church News)
As Latter-day Saints will be studying the First Vision this year, the Joseph Smith Papers Project released The First Vision: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast, in January in commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the event.