Visit Mormon.org to learn more about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the Mormon Church). The site includes information about the Church's teachings regarding the family, the nature of God, and the purpose of life. You can also view frequently asked questions or ask a question of your own.
To increase your understanding of the rich and inspiring legacy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the Mormon Church), visit the Church History section of the site for access to library and archive resources, museum exhibits, historic site information, and more.
To find a ward near you, try LDS Maps. This site provides many user-friendly options to help you find church locations, sacrament meeting times, driving directions, and contact information.
MormonTabernacleChoir.org features all the latest information on events, tickets, recordings, and more for this world-famous choir. The site is also the ideal place to learn more about the Temple Square Chorale and the Orchestra at Temple Square.
For answers to frequently asked questions, teachings on the purpose of temples, and information on individual temples around the world, visit the Temples section of the site.
Use this feature's search tool to find official information on a variety of Church doctrines and policies.
Country Sites provide local news and information about the Church in a number of countries around the world.
You can use this feature to submit online referrals for individuals living in the U.S. and Canada.
Church members can access their ward or stake Web site for addresses and times of Sunday meetings, a calendar of events, member lists, and contact information.
LDS Philanthropies serves as the central coordinating agency for donations to the Church or one of its institutions—beyond tithing and fast offerings—with the goal of helping people worldwide.
For millions of people in need around the world, the humanitarian outreach program of the Church offers hope and the potential for a life that transcends disease, poverty, and despair.