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We’re imperfect people just trying to follow the perfect example of Jesus, who taught us to love God and love one another. 

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What We're All About

The best way to learn about a community is to hear from people who found strength, fellowship, and a sense of belonging. Watch stories of real people who were welcomed with open arms.

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Welcome, Natalie and Ryan

When Natalie and Ryan started looking for a church to call home, they never expected to find what they were looking for in a social post. They discovered a life full of faith and friendship.

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Welcome

God can make you a better person – and you can make us a better church! Every week, we welcome new members to our community as we all try to help each other live the teachings of Jesus Christ. 

Welcome, Lizzy 

Lizzy wasn’t looking for the Book of Mormon. It just showed up one day—right on her Kindle. She gave the book a chance, and it ended up changing her life.

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Welcome, Tony and Marnie

Tony & Marnie’s relationship hit rock bottom. They were unhappy, discouraged, and looking for a lifeline. And it came in a way that they least expected—with a knock on the door. 

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Welcome, Matt

As a divorce attorney who’s also divorced, Matt’s life wasn’t turning out the way he’d planned. But then he met someone who changed his perspective—and they started a marriage that can last forever.

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Come Unto Christ 

No matter your story, you are invited to come unto Christ. We can all experience more joy in our individual lives when we turn to Him — who loves us most. 

Common Questions

People have a lot of questions about “Mormons,” or more respectfully, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Click here to see the full list.

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are just like anyone else. They have ups and downs and everything in between. In fact, you might be surprised just how normal we can be! Latter-day Saints have a reputation for being a happy, peaceful people. But that doesn’t mean they don’t have challenges. Everyone in life is fighting a hard battle—but when you try your best to live the gospel of Jesus Christ, you have additional strength and peace to make it through.

As far as lifestyle is concerned, Latter-day Saints try to keep Jesus front and center. Their beliefs about the Savior and His teachings affect their day-to-day decisions about how they speak, dress, and act. For example, they try to avoid working on Sundays so they can attend church, serve others, and spend time with family. Faithful members of the church also do not smoke, drink alcohol, or gamble.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has many cultural traditions, as well as customs, that focus on the family. For example, Church members reserve one night a week for family home evening, or family night. Other activities throughout the week include church gatherings like potlucks and small parties, or youth groups for teenagers. Many of our traditions are standard, like celebrating holidays with our families, and others are more unique—like offering a sacred blessing for a new baby during church. As families, we pray together, read scriptures together, and on the first Sunday of every month, we even fast for 24 hours together.

Every Sunday, we gather together to sing hymns, hear sermons, and teach each other about the Savior. Church is a spiritual recharge and a perfect way to keep Jesus front and center in our lives. We welcome all visitors to attend our Christian services and worship with us. 

Church service times vary from congregation to congregation. However, you can always count on one main meeting for everyone followed by a separate class split by age groups or general interests.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is safe a place where people can come for the hope of a better life through Jesus Christ. The Church provides sacred tools, practices, and teachings that help you develop and nurture a relationship with God. And on top of all that, being a member of the Church means belonging to a community of people who care about each other.

Yes, both as individual families and as a Church. After all, if Christ’s birth and Resurrection aren’t worth celebrating, what is? Sometimes people confuse us with a few Christian religions that don’t celebrate holidays, but rest assured, we do.

Welcome

Meet the Carleys

Ryan and Natalie were looking for a church. What they found was so much more. 

Meet Matt

As a divorce attorney who’s also divorced, Matt’s life wasn’t turning out the way he’d planned. But then he met ...

Meet the Woods

Tony & Marnie’s relationship hit rock bottom. The change came in a way that they least expected—with a knock on the door…

Meet Amelia

As a physical therapist, Amelia finds peace in lending a helping hand.
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