Among the interesting details in LDS Daily’s stellar reporting today is about a Latter-day Saint meetinghouse that is being used to house and support refugees leaving the country. The baptismal font has been adapted to be used as a shower, and local church members come to the building every day to help clean.

Latter-day Saint Meetinghouse in Ukraine Used as Refugee Station

This is an important article highlighting the ways we can in our own small spheres make a big difference in helping the lives of others.  A full list of efforts the Church is making in helping with the current refugee situation can be found at the Church’s newsroom.


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