The following information comes from the Church Newsroom.

Primary children ages 3-11 have been especially invited by leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to a “Friend to Friend” broadcast, a global event that premieres on February 20, 2021. The purpose of the event is to encourage children to follow Jesus and learn to serve others the way that He did.

“The Savior asked for the children to be brought to Him,” said President Joy D. Jones, of the Church’s Primary general presidency, referring to scriptures about the life of Jesus found in the New Testament and the Book of Mormon. “This event is an opportunity to bring the children to Him, for them to have an experience to draw closer to Him, feel the Spirit and feel that special love that is there for each and every one of them.”

“The core message of this whole event is that we can help just like Jesus, and that by following His example, we can help others and make our communities and our families a much better place where we all feel the love of the Savior,” she added.

In the same vein as the Church’s Face-to-Face style events, this interactive broadcast for children will have President Russell M. Nelson, Elder Ulisses S. Soares of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and members of the Primary general presidency all sharing Christ-centered messages.

For more information on the event and how you can participate, visit the Church Newsroom.