First Line News Articles for Monday, September 28 2020
Several members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have joined in volunteer efforts to help Oregon residents who have lost their homes in wildfires.
Unearthed in Salt Lake Temple renovation project, foundation stones link past challenges with present ones
Nine months into the renovation of the Salt Lake Temple, the multi-year project is at a point where the temple’s foundation stones — set nearly 170 years ago — have been unearthed and have become the focal point of strengthening and solidifying.
Just over two weeks ago, President Alon Pugh, president of the Blanding Utah Stake, was working with one of his Physical Therapy patients in Montezuma Creek on the Navajo Nation reservation when they saw a video clip of massive trees downed in the Salt Lake Valley following a storm with hurricane wind speeds.
Ground broken for Brasília temple, which will greatly reduce travel for members in Brazil’s massive interior
With ground being broken for what will be Brazil’s 10th temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, that sacred edifice — along with the rest of the 224 operating, under construction or planned temples — is to be a focal point of worship.
The Latter-Day Saints Charities, a Humanitarian Wing of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has presented four new Firefly Phototherapy equipment to the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital in the Central Region.