President Nelson addresses members on when it will be safe to return to the normal way of worship and visiting the temple

In an effort by the First Presidency to keep members updated on when to return to the normal way of worship, the church has released a new video. In the video, President Nelson addresses members on various subjects.

In his address, Pres. Nelson marveled at the countless examples of faith, courage, and Christlike love that he has seen among Latter-day Saints. He thanked members for serving one another as Jesus Christ would have His followers do.

Pres. Nelson also showed gratitude to governments, health, and civic leaders who are keeping us safe during this COVID-19 pandemic.

Members can be assured that the church leaders have their safety and well being at heart. “Your safety and well-being will always be our utmost concern” said President Nelson.

On how soon members can return to normal of worship, Pres. Nelson said, “Church leaders will continue to monitor information and determine how soon we may again gather in our meeting houses and temples in various locations”

He continue by saying, “We know that ordinances of the holy temple need to be performed. They are of eternal significance”

To conclude with, President Nelson assures members of the love that the Savior has for them and that wonderful days are ahead.

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  1. A new normal! There are for sure reasons why we are currently taking a break from congregating at the meeting houses and we not performing temple ordinances. … reasons beyond COVID-19. It is a good time. And I am enjoying it too. There a new experiences to learn from and I like doing sacrament meetings at home with my family. I am not sure, if I would want to go back to the temple soon… Our COVID-19 numbers are still increasing in Utah, at least. I don’t see a decline from the daily reports we are getting it. From what I see in the people’s behavior when it comes to wearing their masks and keeping the social distancing, at least in the stores I don’t see them wearing masks or doing anything at all to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Some people, perhaps most, will say it does not affect them. And that may be true, but I have see what it can do and I don’t want to get it. So when it comes to congregating anywhere, in church, in the temple, etc… I am making my own rules, not letting anyone tell me when they think it is safe. I have told my bishop I don’t want to be the librarian anymore when we go back to “normal” congregating, because the room corners me in as people come close to me to check out their books and get copies, etc… My point, you safety is not dependent on anyone but yourself, of how you feel and what you can determine for yourself.

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