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The church in our community is the church. Every member is welcome to call themselves Mormon. They may identify with the teachings of Joseph Smith, William Law, Brigham Young, Spencer W. Kimball, George Albert Smith, Orson Hyde, or other leaders, who were all prophets or apostles and who were true servants of Christ, or they may be members of the Church, and they should choose one of the five branches and the priesthood. These are the branches of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In addition to being considered members of our great community of church, we are a community with a purpose. We seek to build our nation together, as one family, by sharing our knowledge and teachings, striving together to promote the gospel, and encouraging others to do the same.
I am thrilled that you chose to live in our Church because the Church is the greatest of the great and the true, and the Church is the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Our Mission Statement and Ordinances are desig파라오 카지노ned to help those who are like us; the faithful 크레이지 슬롯members of our congregation are the heart of the Kingdom of God and its purpose is to bring about His work of glory and happiness in the world, not only in the homes of this world, but in all worlds to come.
Our work is always in partnership with each other and the world and we always look forward to sharing our joys and our struggles, our blessings and our challenges, all in the direction of making this world a better place for all.
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