Sacrament meeting is the main worship service. It usually lasts a little over an hour and typically consists of the following:
Sung by the congregation. (Hymnbooks are provided.)
Offered by local Church members.
- The sacrament:
Bread and water are blessed and passed to the congregation in remembrance of the Atonement of Jesus Christ.
Usually one or two preassigned members of the congregation speak on gospel topics.
Men and boys generally wear suits or nice pants with a shirt and tie. Women and girls wear dresses or skirts.
Donations are not requested during worship services.
We also invite you to attend additional meetings, according to your interests and age group. The order and availability of these meetings may vary.
- Sunday School:
Classes for studying the scriptures and doctrines of the gospel.
- Priesthood meetings:
Classes for men and boys ages 12 and older.
- Relief Society:
Classes for women ages 18 and older.
- Young Women:
Classes for girls ages 12 to 18.
Group service and classes for children ages 3 to 11. A nursery for children ages 18 months to 3 years is often available.
Sacrament meeting time: