How to use the new and easy online system for prayer rolls created by The First Presidency

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With the new and fast way to send a name to the temple for prayers for relatives and friends, members of the church are to send their names throung a portal or using the church app for members called Member Tool.

For today, we are going to look at how to use the portal to send names of loved ones.

The first thing to do is to go to this link to access it. When it opens, you will see all temples in the world. This gives you the opportunity to select the one closest to you.

This is the way it will look like when you follow the link to access it. Screenshot taking from the church website

Secondly, you will choose the temple close to you. If the temple you choose is closed due to COVID-19 or other reasons, choose another one that is close to you. After choosing the temple you will like to send the names, you will scroll down to find the Prayer Roll just after email and before services.

This is how it will look like in the second stage. Screenshot taking from

After clicking on the prayer roll, you will be required to sign in. At this stage input your username and password to have access to the service. If you do not have a username and password then now is the time to create one. Because without the username and a password, one will not have access.

This is how it will look like in the third stage. Screenshot taking from

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When you sign in, the Prayer Roll will open and then you will be able to send names.

This is how it will look like in the fourth stage. Screenshot taking from

With these steps, one should be able to send names to the temples without having to walk there.

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