This was a historic youth event held for the first time in Zimbabwe.
It was all joy and excitement as young adults from Bulawayo and Gweru Stakes gathered for the first-ever "For the Strength of Youth" (FSY) Conference in Zimbabwe held at Falcom College, Bulawayo.
Elder Joseph Sitati from the First Quorum of the Seventy counselled members at a special fireside held at the Mbare Chapel.
At a special fireside for the three Stakes in Harare, Elder Joseph Sitati from the First Quorum of the Seventy instructed hundreds of saints on the Church's Perpetual Education Fund and Self-Reliance program. He stressed the importance for them to improve their lives both spiritually and temporally.
In an official ceremony, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints handed over the completed renovation project of the Town House in Harare.
At a special ceremony, representatives from local congregations of the LDS Church officially handed over various completed projects, including renovation of the Harare City Council Town House to the City of Harare, as part of their Mormon Helping Hands program.
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