LDS Church Websites

lds-websitesThe Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints sponsors many websites for the benefit of Church members, news media professionals, and all others who are interested in learning more about the Church. You can tell if a site is from the Church because it will have the Church logo. Individuals and Church units (wards, stakes, missions, etc.) are not authorized to use the logo on anything they create.

The following is an alphabetical list of the major Church websites.

  • Addiction Recovery Program (AddictionRecovery.lds.org) for alcohol, drugs, tobacco, coffee, tea, pornography, inappropriate sexual behavior, gambling, codependency, and eating disorders. The program is an LDS adaptation of traditional 12-step programs that have been used successfully for years. LDS Family Services runs these groups to assist individuals who desire freedom from addiction and a better life through gospel fellowship.
  • Adoption. See “It’s About Love” below.
  • American Sign Language (asl.lds.org) this page provides a listing of materials available in American Sign Language (ASL).
  • ASL. See American Sign Language above.
  • Audio.lds.org This page provides a list of downloadable audio MP3 files.
  • Bible Videos (biblevideos.lds.org or biblevideos.org) “The Life of Jesus Christ Bible Videos” website contains videos portraying the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. This site is a gift from the Church to the world with a liberal policy on sharing and reuse. Videos are in English (biblevideos.lds.org), Spanish (videosdelabiblia.org), and Portuguese (VideosBiblicos.org). Each video is accompanied by the scriptural text. Companion iPad app available free through the App Store. Learn more.
  • Bishoprics. See “Leaders” below.
  • Braille.lds.org A list of Church publications in digital braille format.
  • Broadcasts (broadcast.lds.org) Information about upcoming broadcast events, as well as text, audio, and video archives of past broadcasts. Broadcastinfo.lds.org provides technical information for stake technology specialists about broadcasts.
  • Calendar (lds.org/church-calendar). This tool shows events, meetings, and other activities. Specific calendars can be set up for each organization in the ward or stake. The calendar can also be used to reserve rooms in meetinghouses. Click Tools at the top of any page on LDS.org. The calendar is only viewable by members residing within the ward, branch, stake, or district. Watch video tutorials on how to use the Calendar.
  • Callings. Previously named “Serving in the Church.” On the LDS.org menu, click Resources > Callings, then select the calling, such as  Primary, Sunday School, Young Women, etc. Provides information to support members in their various Church callings. You can also reach the Young Women section directly at yw.lds.org or YoungWomen.LDS.org. You can reach the Relief Society section directly at ReliefSociety.lds.org.
  • Casting (casting.lds.org) Information about upcoming projects and casting needs of the Publishing Services Department of the Church.
  • CES (ces.lds.org) This site is for teachers and administrators at Seminaries and Institutes of Religion and requires an authorized log-in. For public access to seminary and institute information see “Seminaries and Institutes” below. For information about education and Church schools, see “Education” below.
  • Children Lesson Helps (lessonhelps.lds.org).  An online resource of helps for teaching children, including stories, activities, and media resources.
  • Church Directory of Organizations and Leaders (cdol.lds.org) This site allows authorized leaders to search for stakes, districts, missions, wards, and branches to find names and contact information for leaders. The directory is also accessible within the secure leaders site for stake presidencies and bishoprics (see “Leaders” below).
  • Church History (churchhistory.lds.org) This site is the central location for online materials related to the history of the Church. Resources include information about historic Church sites, online displays of Church art and artifacts, information on the Church History Library and archives, links to materials available through Brigham Young University, and access to introductory materials on Church history.
  • Church History Museum Site of the Church History Museum of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Provides information about exhibits, galleries, tours, hours, admission, location, and parking. Also provides information about the International Art Competition.
  • Clerk and Leader Resources. Many of the functions of MLS are available on LDS.org. After you sign in to LDS.org using your LDS Account, click the Tools menu, then click the Leader Resources link (for bishoprics and stake presidencies) or the Clerk Resources link (for ward and stake clerks). Note: if you’re not signed in, you won’t see these options on the Tools menu.
  • Clerk and Technology Support (clerk.lds.org, mls.lds.org, staketech.lds.org, tech.lds.org, tech.lds.org/forum, tech.lds.org/wiki, mhtech.lds.org)This site provides help for those who serve in the Church as clerks or as stake technology specialists. The site includes troubleshooting articles, a rotating tip of the week, a discussion forum, MLS software downloads, and more.
  • Combating Pornography (CombatingPornography.lds.org or CombatingPornography.org) This site provides resources for individuals, spouses, parents, youth, and leaders on how to avoid pornography or overcome the effects of its use.
  • Conference. See “General Conference” below.
  • Country Websites (countries.lds.org) This site provides a linked list of all the Church’s country websites. Under the direction of Area Presidencies, many country or area websites have been created as an Internet presence of the Church in various places around the world. The content of country websites varies but may include such information as reports of Church activities, messages from the Area Presidency, announcements and reports of special events, and local Church history, news, and calendar items.
  • Daily Messages. See “Inspirational Messages” below.
  • Deseret Industries (deseretindustries.org) This site provides information about the Deseret Industries program, including volunteering, donating, rehabilitation services, helps for Church leaders, and the Community Partnership Program. You can also find store locations and hours.
  • Directory (lds.org/directory) This tool shows addresses and contact information for members and leaders in your ward and stake. The information comes directly from the Member and Leader Services (MLS) software. Click Tools at the top of any page on LDS.org. Members and leaders both have access to update their phone numbers, e-mail addresses, photos, and data privacy settings. The directory is only viewable by Church members residing within the ward, branch, stake, or district. Learn about using the Directory. Learn how to add photos to the Directory. See also the link above to the Church Directory of Organizations and Leaders. The Directory is turned off in a few countries because of privacy laws.
  • Disabilities (disabilities.lds.org) This site provides information and resources for Church leaders, teachers, and families of those who have disabilities. The site describes the characteristics of many disabilities and provides information on how to help in both Church and family settings. Also included are references to related scriptures and quotations from Church leaders that offer comfort and counsel.
  • Duty to God (DutyToGod.lds.org) Young men can read the Duty to God booklet online and enter/update their plans. Includes learning activities and links to scriptures and other resources. Note: Leaders cannot track progress of young men on this site like they can on the Personal Progress site.
  • E-books (ebooks.lds.org) Access to Church publications in PDF and in various e-book formats, such as EPUB and Kindle/Mobi.
  • Education (education.lds.org) This page provides information about educational resources, such as the need for education and literacy, Seminary and Institute of Religion programs, Perpetual Education Fund, and information about Church schools (BYU, BYU Hawaii, BYU Idaho, and LDS Business College).
  • Employment. See “LDS Jobs” below.
  • Ensign Magazine (ensign.lds.org) This site features the current issue of the magazine as well as archives of previous issues in text, audio, and PDF formats. Also contains additional features that supplement the print magazine.
  • Events. See “Temple Square Events” below.
  • Facebook. See a list of the LDS Church pages on Facebook.
  • Family (family.lds.org) Church resources to strengthen families. Family Home Evening resources can be accessed directly at fhe.lds.org. The Family Proclamation can be accessed directly at familyproclamation.org
  • Family Proclamation (familyproclamation.org) This short-cut takes you directly to The Family: A Proclamation to the World.
  • FamilySearch (FamilySearch.org and new.FamilySearch.org, ) This is the genealogy (or family history) site for the Church and constitutes one of the largest genealogical resources in the world. For both the experienced and novice family history researcher, this site provides access to census indexes, vital records, user-submitted pedigree charts, and much more. The site is connected to the Family History Library in Salt Lake City and provides locations of family history centers of the Church across the globe.
  • Friend Magazine (friend.lds.org) This site features the current issue of the magazine as well as archives of previous issues in text and PDF formats. Also contains additional features that supplement the print magazine, such as new features and games. Also see Children Lesson Helps above.
  • Gems. See “Inspirational Messages” below.
  • General Conference (GeneralConference.lds.org or conference.lds.org or gc.lds.org) This site contains archives in text, audio, and video of the general conferences of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in many languages. Find audio and video in English back to 1971 and music from conferences back to 2006. Also find information on upcoming conferences and links to access the live audio and videos streams of conferences. For conference activities for children, see conferencegames.lds.org.
  • Gospel Art. See “LDS Media Library” below.
  • Gospel Topics (GospelTopics.lds.org or answers.lds.org) This site provides an alphabetical list of topics related to the doctrine, policies, history, and practices of the Church. Most entries include a brief summary, a more in-depth explanation, related scriptures, related articles from Church magazines, and additional online resources related to the topic.
  • Hastening the Work of Salvation: A Unified Effort in Conversion, Retention, and Activation (HasteningTheWork.lds.org) provides information and helps for priesthood leaders, for ward councils and ward mission leaders, and for members and missionaries. See also “My Role in the Work of Salvation” below.
  • Hinckley, Gordon B. (GordonBHinckley.org) This is a mini-site in tribute to President Gordon B. Hinckley. Biographies of other general authorities can be found on the Newsroom site.
  • Humanitarian Service (humanitarian.lds.org) This site provides information about the Church’s various worldwide humanitarian initiatives, including emergency response, measles vaccinations, neonatal resuscitation training, clean water projects, and more. The site also provides answers to frequently asked questions and gives information on how others can help.
  • Images. See “LDS Media Library” below.
  • Inspirational Messages (gems.lds.org) LDS Inspirational Messages offers periodic inspirational quotes. You can subscribe by e-mail or RSS subscriptions.
  • Institutes. See “Seminaries and Institutes” below.
  • Interpreter (interpreter.lds.org) Information for Church leaders in wards and branches who need to arrange for interpretation of block meetings, stake conferences, social activities, interviews, home teaching visits, etc.
  • It’s About Love (ItsAboutLove.org) This site provides resources and information about adoption for birth parents and adoptive couples.
  • iTunes. See “Mormon Channel” below.
  • Jesus Christ (JesusChrist.lds.org) This multimedia website features articles, video clips, artwork, an interactive music page, and other sections—all focused on the life, ministry, and divinity of  Jesus Christ. The site is intended for anyone who wants to learn more about Jesus Christ. The document The Living Christ can be accessed directly at livingchrist.lds.org.
  • Jobs. See “LDS Jobs” below.
  • Joseph Smith (JosephSmith.lds.org or JosephSmith.net) The site is the central location for online historical information about the Prophet Joseph Smith. Resources include chapter-by-chapter accounts of his life, descriptions and slide shows of related historic sites, images of historical documents, a multimedia resource center, and much more.
  • Joseph Smith Papers (JosephSmithPapers.org) The site of The Joseph Smith Papers, a comprehensive edition of extant Joseph Smith documents featuring complete and accurate transcription with both textual and contextual annotation. When completed, The Joseph Smith Papers will consist of more than 30 published volumes within six series (journals, documents, revelations and translations, history, legal and business records, and administrative records). They will present the earliest handwritten and published texts of the foundational documents of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, including Joseph Smith’s revelations and translations.
  • Languages (language.lds.org) This provides a list of languages, with links to online resources in those languages.
  • LDS.org The content on this site is intended primarily for Church members. The site’s home page provides features on new content, as well as links to all other Church sites. From the LDS.org home page, people can access scriptures, lesson materials, Church magazines, senior leadership talks, ideas to strengthen families, information on chapel locations and meeting times, local congregation websites, and much more. This site serves as an umbrella site for many other Church sites.
  • LDS Account (LDSAccount.lds.org) Use this screen to set up your LDS Account username and password. This allows you to sign in to many Church resources. This will eventually be a single sign-on for all Church sites and applications. If you haven’t yet registered, sign up with your birth date and membership number (found on your temple recommend or available from your ward clerk).
  • LDS CatalogThis site has been replaced by store.lds.org (see below).
  • LDS Family Services (familyservices.lds.org) This site provides information about services provided by LDS Family Services, including resources for birth parents and adoptive couples (ItsAboutLove.org), counseling, and addiction recovery programs for addictions with substance abuse, pornography, gambling, etc.
  • LDS Gems. See “Inspirational Messages” above.
  • LDS Jobs (jobs.lds.org, LDSjobs.org, or employment.lds.org)  Information and tools to find employment and help you reach your career goals.
  • LDS Maps (maps.lds.org) This site allows you to enter an address and find the nearest meetinghouse. It also includes ward and stake maps, meeting times, and contact information for leaders. Learn more about LDS Maps. Formerly known as the Meetinghouse Locator.
  • LDS Media Library (medialibrary.lds.org) This site provides access to thousands of videos, images, and audio files you can use in lessons, at home, at church, for blogs, for websites, and elsewhere. The section of videos (videos.lds.org) has nearly a thousand videos and the section of images (images.lds.org) has several thousand photos and pictures.
  • LDS Philanthropies (LDSPhilanthropies.org) LDS Philanthropies (formerly known as LDS Foundation), a department of the Church, oversees philanthropic donations to the Church’s educational institutions, as well as other initiatives such as Church history, humanitarian aid, missionary work, the Perpetual Education Fund, and temple construction. This site describes the needs being addressed and how donations can be made.
  • LDS Public Affairs Video Channel (youtube.com/LDSPublicAffairs) Video channel on YouTube of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This site features video clips posted by the Public Affairs office of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. See also Newsroom below.
  • LDS Technology (tech.lds.org) This site provides information about the technologies being used or considered by the Church. The site also describes how those who are interested can help by contributing their time and talents.
  • Leaders (lds.org/leader) is a secure site for stake presidencies and bishoprics, including clerks and executive secretaries. It provides membership and organization information, leadership training resources, reports, announcements, the Official Communication Library, and other Church applications to help these leaders fulfill their callings.
  • Leadership Training. See “Worldwide Leadership Training” below.
  • Lesson Schedules (lds.org/lesson). This tool is used by wards and branches to schedule priesthood and auxiliary lessons so members know which lesson will be taught each Sunday. Learn more about Lesson Schedules.
  • Letters. See “Official Communication Library” below.
  • Liahona Magazine (liahona.lds.org) This site features the current issue of the magazine as well as archives of previous issues in text, audio, and PDF formats. Also contains additional features that supplement the print magazine. The Liahona is published in 51 languages, all of which will eventually be provided online.
  • Life of Jesus Christ Bible Videos. See “Bible Videos” above.
  • Living Christ (LivingChrist.lds.org) This short-cut takes you directly to the proclamation The Living Christ.
  • Magazines (magazines.lds.org) This site provides access to the Church magazines (Liahona, Ensign, New Era, and the Friend), as well as links to subscribe to the magazines. Note that there are also direct links to each of the magazines: liahona.lds.org, ensign.lds.org, NewEra.lds.org, and friend.lds.org.
  • Manuals (manuals.lds.org) Access to Church manuals in text and PDF formats. Some are also available as free downloadable audio files.
  • Maps. See “LDS Maps” above.
  • Media Library. See “LDS Media Library” above.
  • Meetinghouse Locator. See “LDS Maps” above.
  • Meetinghouse Technology (mhtech.lds.org) Information about broadcast services, meetinghouse internet, hardware, and other communications systems.
  • Member and Leader Services (MLS.lds.org) Authorized leaders can log in and download the latest version of MLS (the Church membership software) and other system-related software and documentation. See “Clerk and Leader Resources” for access to member and leader functions on LDS.org.
  • Missionary Online Recommendation System (lds.org/mss) Leaders and missionary candidates use this program to submit online recommendations for full-time missionary service. This can also be accessed through the secure site for stake presidencies and bishoprics (see “Leader” above).
  • Missionary Service Opportunities (servicemission.ldschurch.org) This section lists the current full-time senior and Church-service missionary opportunities available in the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
  • MLS. See “Member and Leader Services” above.
  • Mormon.org This site is dedicated to helping the general public understand the basic beliefs and practices of the Church. Information is provided in a simple format, avoiding the use of words that may only be familiar to members of the Church. Features include summaries of basic beliefs, a link to find a nearby Church meetinghouse or congregation, and the ability to ask questions in a live chat with a Church member.
  • Mormon Channel (MormonChannel.org) is the media channel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It provides access to media through mobile devices, Internet, and radio. Mormon Channel on iTunes (itunes.MormonChannel.org) is where you can subscribe to, play, and download free audio and video content such as general conference addresses, Mormon Message videos, radio podcasts, and CES firesides. Mormon Channel Radio (radio.lds.org) is where you can listen real-time to new, original programs and audio and video from Church archives online, on HD radio, or on a mobile device. Mormon Channel on YouTube (YouTube.com/MormonMessages) is where you can view, share, and comment on Mormon Message videos, Church news and events, general conference, and other Church-produced videos.
  • Mormon Messages (MormonMessages.org) is a video channel on YouTube of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This site provides a simple way to watch and share brief, gospel-centered videos. The channel is updated each week with new videos that teach basic beliefs of the LDS (”Mormon”) Church, including stories of hope and inspiration.
  • Mormon Messages for Youth (youtube.com/MormonMessagesYouth) is a channel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on YouTube with videos created especially for youth.
  • Mormon New Era Messages (youtube.com/MormonNewEraMessages) Video channel on YouTube of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, featuring videos from the New Era, a magazine for Mormon teens. Some are videos based on New Era MormonAds.
  • Mormon Tabernacle Choir(MormonTabernacleChoir.org)This site contains all the latest information on events, tickets, and recordings related to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Site visitors will also find links to frequently asked questions, broadcast text from Music and the Spoken Word, background information about the choir, and a sign-up screen for a free newsletter. The site is also the ideal place to learn more about the Temple Square Chorale and the Orchestra at Temple Square.
  • Monson, Thomas S. (ThomasSMonson.org) This is a mini-site of information about President Thomas S. Monson. Biographies of other general authorities can be found on the Newsroom site.
  • Music (music.lds.org)This site contains links to all the music and music-related resources that the Church has placed online. Along with sheet music, resources include an interactive music player to play, read, or transpose hymns and children’s songs. Access learning materials on conducting music, accompanying others, teaching songs to children, adding variety to singing, and learning music symbols and terms. Site visitors can search for songs with a variety of keywords, and songs can be downloaded as MP3 files.
  • Music and the Spoken Word (musicandthespokenword.org) Site of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s weekly broadcast of Music and the Spoken Word.
  • My Role in the Work of Salvation is a website that helps youth know how they can best prepare for and participate in the work of salvation. It includes personal study guides to help youth prepare to receive the priesthood (Aaronic and Melchizedek), prepare to receive temple ordinances, and  prepare to serve full-time missions.
  • New Era Magazine (NewEra.lds.org) This site features the current issue of the magazine as well as archives of previous issues in text and PDF formats. Also contains additional features that supplement the print magazine.
  • News & Events (news.lds.org) News from the Church online. In addition to original content, it brings together headlines from each of the Church’s news sources, including the Public Affairs Newsroom (MormonNewsroom.org), Church magazines (magazines.lds.org), Mormon Channel (MormonChannel.org), and Church News (ldschurchnews.com).
  • Newsletter (lds.org/member-news) is a blog-like site for ward and stake leaders to provide news and messages to members. This is an online alternative to paper or e-mail newsletters. Learn more about the Newsletter. See the Newsletter How-to Guide.
  • Newsroom (MormonNewsroom.org) This site is the Church’s news resource for media professionals, opinion leaders, and the public. The site provides news stories and editorials that are updated two or three times a week, along with official Church statements on public issues or responses to news reports about the Church. Short biographies of senior Church leaders are provided, as well as concise reference material on Church beliefs and practices. The Newsroom site also identifies Church spokespersons and explains how to contact them. See also LDS Public Affairs Video Channel above.
  • Official Communication Library (letters.lds.org) This is an archive of the letters and notices sent to Church leaders from headquarters. It is also included under Resources in the site for stake presidencies and bishoprics (see “Leaders” above). Letters and notices can only be viewed by people currently serving in the callings to which the letter or notice was addressed. Letters addressed to all members are viewable by members.
  • Online Store. See “store.lds.org” below.
  • Pageants (Pageants.lds.org) Contains information about the various pageants sponsored by the Church.
  • PDF.lds.org is a page in the Gospel Library that lists major Church publications available in PDF format.
  • Perpetual Education Fund (pef.lds.org) This resource is for faithful young members of the Church who wish to improve their education, find a good job, and better serve their family, the Church, and their community.
  • Personal Progress (PersonalProgress.lds.org) Young women can read the Personal Progress booklet online and enter/update their plans and keep their journal securely online. When finished, they can even print the entire book, including their journal. Leaders can track progress of young women and approve their experiences and project plans.
  • Philanthropies. See “LDS Philanthropies” above.
  • Pictures. See “Media Library” above.
  • Places to Visit (PlacesToVisit.lds.org) This site lists the Church’s historic sites, visitors’ centers, and pageants. Each listing includes a description of the place or event, as well as contact information, schedules, and driving directions.
  • Podcasts.lds.org and RSS.lds.org provide a list of all the podcasts and RSS feeds offered by the Church.
  • Preach My Gospel. This short-cut takes you to a copy of the manual Preach My Gospel.
  • Prophets and Apostles (prophets.lds.org) chronicles the ministries of living apostles and prophets, providing access to the Brethren’s messages and insight into their ministry.
  • Provident Living (ProvidentLiving.lds.org) This site contains information regarding self-reliance, emergency preparedness, and humanitarian efforts. Resources range from information on family budgets and food storage to updates on ongoing global initiatives and emergency disaster response. Many of the welfare tools were designed for Church members, but much of the information is useful to the general public.
  • Public Affairs. See “LDS Public Affairs Video Channel” and “Newsroom” above.
  • Relief Society (ReliefSociety.lds.org) This site provides training and information for leaders and members of the Church’s Relief Society organiztization, as well as access to many Relief Society materials online.
  • RSS.lds.org and Podcasts.lds.org provide a list of all the podcasts and RSS feeds offered by the Church.
  • Scripture Stories (ScriptureStories.lds.org) This site provides access to the online illustrated stories from the scriptures.
  • Scriptures (scriptures.lds.org) This site provides the online text and audio of the scriptures: the King James Bible, the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants, and the Pearl of Great Price. Study helps such as the Bible Dictionary, Guide to the Scriptures, Joseph Smith Translation, and maps are also included. The site has a search tool with multiple options. The site also allows users to mark/bookmark and save favorite scriptures. SantaBiblia.lds.org provides information on the new LDS edition of the Holy Bible in Spanish.
  • Seminaries and Institutes (seminary.lds.org and institute.lds.org) These sites are designed for potential students, current students, parents, and priesthood leaders. The sites provide online versions of the manuals and study guides, as well as links to upcoming events such as firesides. Use the Institute of Religion Locator to find institute classes around the world. Teachers and administrators have a site at si.lds.org (accessible with authorized login) that provides teaching and learning resources and administrative functions.
  • Service Opportunities. See “Vineyard” below. Also, use the LDS.org menu Resources > Service Opportunities to see information about full-time, part-time, volunteer, and spare time service opportunities (which takes you to vineyard.lds.org).
  • Serving in the Church. Renamed “Callings.” See above.
  • Stake.lds.org and ward.lds.org reference the old Ward and Stake Websites that are no longer used. Use the Calendar, Directory, Newsletter, and Lesson Schedules under the Sign In/Tools menu on LDS.org.
  • Stake Presidencies. See “Leaders” above.
  • Stake Technology Support. See “Clerk and Technology Support” above.
  • Store.lds.org. This site is the online catalog for ordering Church materials such as books, manuals, magazines, forms, audiovisual materials, clothing, and more. The site is equipped with a shopping-cart that allows visitors to select multiple items to purchase. Along with pricing information in various local currencies for many countries throughout the world, the site includes a picture and description of each item. The site also lists physical stores (distribution centers) worldwide.
  • Study by Topic. See “Gospel Topics” above.
  • Study Notebook (notebook.lds.org) This online study tool allows you to read and annotate scriptures, magazines, manuals, and conference talks. Lets you highlight, tag, and take notes on paragraphs, verses, or whole pages and stores them in a secure notebook that syncs between LDS.org and mobile apps.
  • Technology Support. See “LDS Technology” above.
  • Temples (temples.lds.org) This site provides a list of all the temples of the Church. Each listing includes an image of the temple, its schedule, its address, and driving directions. This site also includes answers to frequently asked questions and an explanation of the purpose of temples and family history work. See tickets.lds.org to reserve tickets for temple open houses.
  • Temple Square Events (events.lds.org) This site provides information and tickets for events on Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • Tickets (tickets.lds.org) The site to reserve tickets for temple open houses.
  • Topics. See “Gospel Topics” above.
  • Twitter. See a list of the LDS Church accounts on Twitter.
  • Videos. See “LDS Media Library” above.
  • Vineyard (vineyard.lds.org) Provides online activities activities you can do in a few minutes to help the Church..
  • Ward.lds.org and stake.lds.org reference the old Ward and Stake Websites that are no longer used. Use the Calendar, Directory, Newsletter, and Lesson Schedules under the Sign In/Tools menu on LDS.org.
  • Worldwide Leadership Training (LeadershipTraining.lds.org) This site provides text, audio, and video access to the Church’s Worldwide Leadership Training meetings.
  • Young Women (youngwomen.lds.org and yw.lds.org) This site provides training and information for Young Women leaders, as well as access to many Young Women materials online. Also see “Personal Progress.”
  • Youth.lds.org This site designed especially for youth (ages 12-18) provides a unique place on the Web where youth can uplift and strengthen one another and receive messages from the prophet and other Church leaders. Provides information about standards (from For the Strength of Youth), A Brand New Year materials, annual Mutual theme, testimonies from youth from around the world, messages from Church leaders, audio, MP3 music downloads, video, photos, ringtones, links to the New Era magazine, and scripture mastery games for youth of the Church. Also see “Duty to God” and “Personal Progress.”
  • YouTube. See a list of the LDS Church channels on YouTube.

The following are not Church sites, but are of related organizations:

Here are some Guidelines for Sharing the Gospel Online.