News Releases

Missionaries Now Have More Options to Communicate With Families

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced an update to guidelines regarding communication between full-time missionaries and their families.

LDS Charities supports Teshie Technical Training Center

The Humanitarian arm of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Tuesday donated assorted training equipment to students and authorities of the Teshie Technical Training Centre in Accra.

The Church donated items such as; hand sewing machines, industrial machine, brick moulding machines, refrigerators, tape measures, industrial painting machines, girdle machine, among others.

Adabraka Police Commander Commends Church for Support

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has donated office items to the Adabraka District of the Ghana Police Service on Monday, January 14, 2018 in Accra.

Rome Italy Temple to Begin Public Tours

Public tours begin this month for the Rome Italy Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Italy.

First Presidency Statement on Temples

Whenever the Lord has had a people on the earth who will obey His word, they have been commanded to build temples. Scriptures document patterns of temple worship from the times of Adam and Eve, Moses, Solomon, Nephi, and others.

Young Missionaries  Light Up Community Through Service

Missionaries and staff of the Accra Ghana Missionary Training Center (MTC) of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Monday December 24, 2018 committed three hours of their time to Light Their Community through service. The over one hundred young men and women clad in their yellow helping hand vest were assigned to groups such as Jacob, Ezekiel, Anos, Emos among others. They made their first stop at the Osu Children’s Home where they spent quality time with the children by singing carol. Led by staff, the missionaries also donated assorted items, including chicken, sanitary materials and learning supplies as their way of giving as the Savior gave.

Mampong District Carrot Farmers Complete Self-Reliance Program

The Africa West Area Self- Reliance Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in partnership with the Francis Addai Nimoh (FAN) Foundation, has successfully trained 240 farmers at in Asante Mampong in Ashanti Region on Self-Reliance principles.

The training program dubbed “My Agric Business for Self-Reliance” drew participants from the Asante Mampong Carrot Growers Association and volunteer trainers from the District. For flexibility and effective teaching, three centers were created name; Kofiase, Asem and Mampong centers and participants were assigned to one of these centers.  Lessons thought included, “Be your own Bank and How to start and improve your Agriculture Business.

Dress Standards Updated for Sister Missionaries

Sister missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in all 407 missions around the world now have the option to wear dress slacks.

2018 Year in Review

Take a look back at the year's significant stories, events and commentary.

Age Changes for Youth Progression and Ordination Announced

The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced a change Friday designed to strengthen children and youth through increased faith in Jesus Christ, deeper understanding of His gospel, and greater unity with His Church and its members.