Learn more about the members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints living in Central Florida. This is not an official site of the Church.
This is not an official site of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Great day in American History. This was our view from Clermont. Share your photos from your space launch view. God Bless America!
Orlando Temple Update:
PHASE 1: TEMPLE OPEN FOR LIVING SEALINGS ONLY—Based on First Presidency direction, this temple has resumed limited operations. At this time, only husband-and-wife living sealings are being performed for members who have already received their endowment. Sealings will be performed by appointment only and limited to couples residing in a designated geographic area. For these sealings, the temple will have minimal staff and the number of guests will be limited. Initially, appointments will only be scheduled through July. To schedule an appointment, please send an email to the temple using the link below and include the names of the couple, desired sealing date, phone numbers, and the best time to contact you. All government guidelines will be observed, including regulations related to travel, gatherings, sanitation, and safety. All patron housing, cafeteria, and clothing services remain closed. Please check this page regularly for updates.
orlandosentinel.com What do Amazon, the Mormon Church, Wells Fargo and comedy fans have in common? All have made hefty donations to Central Florida’s food banks, low-wage worker relief efforts and charities serving the elderly during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has triggered unprecedented demand for help.
aroundosceola.com The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced it has donated $10,000 to the Community Hope Center in Osceola County.
ospreyobserver.com At Hope Children’s Home, faith is exercised every day as the group of staff, volunteers and children pray for their needs and then stand back and watch God’
See if you can create a short video clip to express your love towards the Savior as these Sisters did today. What happiness we feel in knowing He loves us!
Today we were asked to cut out as many hearts as we could in 20 seconds, without knowing a reason. We were then challenged to write on each heart, one thing we love about our Savior Jesus Christ. Though we cut out a lot of hearts, it wasn't too hard to come up with that many things that we love about Him. He is our Savior, what could we not love?!
We challenge you to do the same...what do YOU love about our Savior?? 💟
Have you ever felt His love as these Sisters have?
Today we were challenged to cut out as many hearts as we could in 20 seconds and write what we loved about Jesus Christ on them.
Jesus Christ is so gracious as he serves each of us individually! He is a one by one God.
What do you love about Jesus Christ?
Have you stopped to think about how much the Savior loves you today?❤️❤️❤️
Today we were challenged to cut out as many hearts as we could in 20 seconds and write things we love about Christ on them!
What is something that you love about the Savior?
How many hearts can you fill today with sweet messages of your love for our dear Heavenly Father?❤️❤️❤️
We were challenged to cut out as many hearts as we could in 20 seconds and write everything we love about Jesus Christ on the hearts (that isnt even close to enough time to write all the things, because there are soo many..)
2 things that we really love about Him is His guidance and His selflessness!!
What do YOU love about Jesus Christ?
We challenge you to do the same activity right now!
These amazing Sisters have a beautiful challenge to share with all of you this evening. What do you love about the Savior? I encourage you to post and share.
We were challenged to cut out hearts and write down what we love about Christ. His mercy, His grace, His compassion - what's not to love??
What do you love about Christ? Share a selfie with your hearts 🥰
Orlando, Florida Temple Job Opening Post #256621
Security Guard (Full-time)- Orlando Temple
UNITED STATES | FL-Florida
ID 256621, Type: Regular Full-Time
Posting Dates: 04/13/2020 - 04/27/2020
Job Family: Security & Protective Services
Department: Special Projects Department
Provides security coverage for the protection of Church property from fire, theft, vandalism, trespassing, and illegal entry; renders appropriate first aid response in medical situations occurring on Church property; renders security-related assistance to employees, visitors, tourists; makes on-the-spot decisions for necessary response.
25% Makes required number of reviews of buildings and grounds during assigned shift.
20% Examines doors, windows, and gates to assure they are secure. Inspects for potential sources of improper entry to the buildings and reports them to the security supervisor for correction.
15% Assists those in need of information, directions, or with other problems. Works any shift or post as needed. Available on twenty-four hour basis as needed for emergencies.
10% Registers at security checkpoints as required.
10% Makes personal contact with persons causing trouble and/or contacts the appropriate police agency. Makes searches of buildings on bomb calls or other threats.
10% Renders appropriate first aid assistance to all persons on Church property when needed. Contacts ambulance and paramedic services in emergency situations.
5% Watches for and reports security and safety hazards, such as unauthorized persons, suspicious circumstances, fire, physical, and mechanical hazards. Takes part in security training to develop his job capacity, skills, and security awareness.
5% Makes out all necessary written reports related to assignments and keeps a record noting any unusual events. Summons help as needed.
Basic reading, writing and communications skills. Requires tact and judgment in exercising duties. Typically requires a minimum of 2-3 years security, law enforcement or military experience. Successful completion of prescribed security training and certification test within 90 day period (CPR, First Aid, Basic Security Procedures, etc.), and recertification each year thereafter. 2 years of post high school education or equivalent security training preferred. (Additional security related schooling and experience helpful.) Has no prior police record, or affiliation with anti-government or anti-Church groups. Ability to lead others communicating direction clearly.
Must be an endowed member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with a current temple recommend.
POSTING NOTICE/MORE INFO.
Please Note: All positions are subject to close without notice.
Find out more about the many benefits of Church Employment at http://careers.churchofjesuschrist.org.
churchofjesuschrist.org Explore working for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and find LDS job opportunities. Your inspiring career starts here.
Religious Freedom and Ethical Behavior In a Time of Pandemic
Zoom Webinar and YouTube Live-stream
Presented by the Central Florida Commission on Religious Freedom
Wednesday, April 22 from 5:00 – 6:00 pm.
Register to attend the Zoom Webinar at: tinyurl.com/rfz2020
RSVP on Facebook at: facebook.com/events/157241828946067
We will post the YouTube Live-stream link in the Facebook event when we begin.
In the unprecedented times and circumstances of this pandemic, how should we balance issues of religious freedom and ethical behavior in ways that consider emotional comfort, prioritization of care, social responsibility, civil rights, and financial concerns?
Hear from our panel of experts as they share their perspectives:
Jeffrey S. Bromme, Exec. VP/Chief Legal Officer at Adventist Health System
Rabbi Debbie Pine, Campus Support Director, Hillel International
Imam Muhammad Musri, President, Islamic Society of Central Florida
Moderated by David Williamson, Co-founder, Central Florida Free Thought Community
The Central Florida Commission on Religious Freedom seeks to increase awareness and to facilitate respectful, thoughtful, candid conversation between people of diverse beliefs concerning the nature, role and importance of religious freedom in our community, state, nation and world. Commission members include representatives from a wide spectrum of faith traditions and humanist thought from around Central Florida.
Happy Easter to each and every one of you on this special Easter Sunday. May we remember He lives! He loves us and knows each one of us individually and personally!
A word of caution: As many of you know, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints presented a new church logo during yesterday's session of conference. This new logo is beautiful and many are anxious to share it with others. However, you do not own the rights to this logo and do not have permission to use it unless you are authorized by the church do to so. We kindly ask that you refrain from posting it on your social media sites. Thank you!
Please read the following for more details:
Regarding Church logo use, no one, except for the departments of the Church can use the logo. It is copyrighted. This guidance is not new, but people new in their callings may not fully be aware. Units can’t use the logo on unit created materials, Church communication volunteers (all of us) cannot use it on materials or on social media sites, etc. The exception would be in linking to the newsroom announcement about the new logo and/or quoting from Pres. Nelson’s talk today as a newsworthy item of interest.
The department is already seeing some stake pages update their profile pics to include the logo. We know of one in NASE that we are contacting personally and there may be others. All of our sites (area social media and stake social media) are unofficial pages, they are not official pages of the Church, thus we cannot use the logo.
Felt like we could all use this message from Elder Holland. Definitely worth reading on a week like this past one.
churchofjesuschrist.org Elder Jeffrey R. Holland sees in the COVID-19 pandemic an opportunity for self-reflection and a renewed focus on "edifying, eternally important things."
I'm sure many of you have seen this message already but wanted to share just in case you have not. Please join us this upcoming weekend for a day of fasting.
President Russell M. Nelson invites people worldwide to fast on March 29, 2020 for relief from COVID-19 pandemic. What is fasting?: https://newsroom.churchof...
newsroom.churchofjesuschrist.org The First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints sent the following letter March to Church members worldwide.
Sign up today for the Share Happiness Challenge through Just Serve!https://www.justserve.org/#sharehappiness
justserve.org Just Serve in your community. Find projects in your area on Justserve.org.
floridatoday.com Know of any volunteers searching for a project? Justserve.org matches workers to non-profits that need help
Central Florida Latter-day Saints: When was the last time you stated these words to yourself? Thank you, Alex Boye' for the reminder that our Heavenly Father loves us flaws and all!
Excellent concert this evening in Clermont. If you haven’t had a chance to see him be sure to attend his fireside tomorrow evening!
Share with us the most recent service you have rendered to another that has brought you the most joy & happiness into your life.
We have 25 days until Thanksgiving. Let's share our gratitude by taking pictures of things we are thankful for throughout the month. Each day has a different topic to consider. Today is to take a picture of your favorite food. My favorite is chocolate! Ready, set, you share next... What is your favorite food?
Happy Birthday weekend to our Prophet! Celebrate his birth, life, and accomplishments by watching his birthday celebration found on the church website. Powerful event you don’t want to miss. https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/?lang=eng
churchofjesuschrist.org Official website of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons). Find messages of Christ to uplift your soul and invite the Spirit.
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Free self-service sandbags are available until Saturday, Aug. 31at the following locations:
- Barnett Park: 4801 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 32808
- Blanchard Park: 2451 N. Dean Road, Orlando, 32817
- Meadow Woods Park: 1751 Rhode Island Woods Circle, Orlando, 32824
- West Orange Rec Center: 309 S. West Crown Point Road, Winter Garden, 34787
- Bithlo Community Park: 18501 Washington Avenue, Orlando, 32820
Sandbags will be available Wednesday from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Boombah Sports Complex at Seminole County, 3450 E Lake Mary Blvd., Sanford, FL 32773
DURING EMERGENCY OPERATIONS:
During emergency operations, empty sandbags and dirt will be available to all residents of Seminole County. Residents will be able to receive up to 15 empty sandbags. Dirt will be provided, but you will need to bring your own shovel and gloves.
Filled sandbags can weight approximately 30 pounds, so it is recommended to bring a partner to help you fill and load the filled sandbags into your vehicle
Osceola County residents:
Sandbags will be available Thursday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m
- Road and Bridge Main Office: 3860 Old Canoe Creek Road, St. Cloud, FL 34772
- Poinciana Library: 101 N Doverplum Ave., Kissimmee, FL 34758
- Holopaw Community Center: 8801 Community Center Road, St Cloud, FL 34773
- Kenansville Community Center and Park: 1178 South Canoe Creek Road, Kenansville, FL 34739
- Osceola Heritage Park: 1875 Silver Spur Lane, Kissimmee, FL 34744
Sandbags will be available Thursday from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Alaska Avenue
St. Cloud residents:
Sandbags will be available Thursday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- St. Cloud Civic Center: 3003 17th Street, Civic Center (entrance on 17th street)
Sandbags will be available Thursday from 7 a.m to 8 p.m.
Friday from 7 a.m to 8 p.m.
- Fire Station 10: 23023 State Road 40, Astor
- Fire Station 14:18840 County Road 42, Altoona
- Fire Station 39: 31431 Walton Heath Avenue, Sorrento
- Fire Station 110: 6234 County Road 561, Clermont
- Solid Waste Residential Convenience Center: 1200 Jackson Street, Lady Lake
Brevard County and Volusia County have not made any announcements on sandbags as of this time.
Duke Energy Customers
Text “REG” to 57801 for storm alerts.
Text “OUT” to 7901 to report an outage.
Or, you can call the automated outage reporting system at 800-228-8485.
Text “REG” to 69682 (myOUC) for storm alerts.
Text “OUT” to 69682 to report an outage.
Or, you can use the 24-hour outage reporting line by calling 407-423-9018 in Orlando & Orange County or 407-957-7373 in St. Cloud & Osceola County.
Florida Power & Light
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3005 Powers Drive Orlando,Florida 32808 407-999-9944
A non denominational church. Website www.Kingdomfamilychurch.com
Que Dios te continue bendiciendo hoy. El ministerio de la Iglesia de Dios en Bithlo, fue fundado por nuestra Pastora Lisette Torres en el 1997.
Our Vision is "To Glorify God with One Mind and One Mouth."
Breakthrough Church is a brand New Church in the Orlando metro area! Our mission is the intentionally love on our community!
First Baptist Oviedo is a growing, dynamic group of people of all ages who are seeking to become passionate followers of Jesus Christ in a challenging and ever-changing world.
Ministerio de Jovenes de la Renovación Catolica Carismática Hispana de Orlando fl For more information or booking call: 407-951-2639
Ministério estabelecido há mais de 20 anos sob a liderança da Pra. Rita Fernandes (Presidente da Aliança de Pastores e Ministros de Orlando)