News Releases

Mormon Missionaries in Zimbabwe Safe, Ordered to Stay Indoors During Military Takeover

From Mormon Newsroom (Salt Lake City)

Mormon Leaders Offer Hope to Fire Survivors in Northern California 

The World Report October 2017

Elder Robert D. Hales Dies at Age 85

Harare East Stake Youth Camp "Ask Of God"

The Harare East Stake Youth Camp was held from 14-17 August 2017 at Eagle Tanning secondary school near Marondera town. The theme of the camp was ‘ASK OF GOD’  found in the Bible's book of James 1:5-6, the 2017 Mutual Theme.

Partnering with Community: Faith in Action

Volunteers from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints worked to beautify their communities in an ongoing worldwide volunteering program spanning for about three months of dedicated work that culminated on the 19th of August 2017.

Elder and Sister Renlund Host Africa’s Youth at an Inspirational Face toFace

Elder Dale G. Renlund, accompanied by his wife Sister Ruth Renlund, has hosted an inspirational Face to Face event, at which youth from across Africa could ask questions and receive answers to fortify their faith and testimonies of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Mormons provide service to their communities by fixing potholes

It is that time of the year again! Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are busy serving their communities under the banner of Mormon Helping Hands Program. Communities are being beautified, lives are being saved and friendships are being created as members find time to use their skills and talents to bless the lives of others and the communities in which they live in.

Preparing for My Mission

Ngonidzashe Leon Joseph Marange, of Harare, Zimbabwe, knows that preparing for a mission takes a lot of work and trust in the Lord.

Zimbabweans Attend Law and Religion Conference

Leaders from both the west and southeast regions of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Africa, representing over 400,000 Church members, joined by senior officials of the European Union and the United Nations, as well as 5 delegates from Zimbabwe were welcomed as guests and participants to the 5th annual African Law and Religion Symposium held in Morocco in May. The theme of the event was ‘Law, Religion and Security’.Leaders from both the west and southeast regions of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Africa, representing over 400,000 Church members, joined by senior officials of the European Union and the United Nations, as well as 5 delegates from Zimbabwe were welcomed as guests and participants to the 5th annual African Law and Religion Symposium held in Morocco this week. The theme of the event was ‘Law, Religion and Security’.