Church Daily Dose ESL Program Changing Lives

Excitement rippled through the throng of more than 60 participants and families gathered at Spring Woods Middle School (SWMS) May 27, 2016 in Houston, Texas for the adult graduation of the Daily Dose program.  Daily Dose is an ESL, English as a Second Language program sponsored by a collaboration between Spring Branch Independent School District […]

City Of Houston Proclaims Mormon Helping Hands Day

At Houston City Council Meeting on June 24, 2015, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was recognized as the leading contributor of volunteers and time to the cleanup following the Memorial Day flooding.

Four Houston Area Stakes Realigned – Friendswood, Houston South, Houston Spanish & Richmond

Houston Texas, January 11, 2015 – Members of the Friendswood, Houston (Spanish), Houston South and Richmond Stakes met for a joint stake conference broadcast on Sunday January 11, 2015.  This multi-stake conference was convened to sustain significant realignments within the four stakes.  Elder Daniel W. Jones, Area Seventy, acting on assignment from the Quorum of […]

Nationally Acclaimed Trio Leads New LDS Congregation

Bishop Timothy Hickman, M.D., and his counselors L. E. Simmons, and Brady K. Long, the ecclesiastical leaders of the newly formed Memorial Park Second Ward in the Houston Texas South Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), are widely esteemed in their respective fields. And that is half of the story.

Houston Mormons Join City Volunteers, Leaders and Youth Groups

More than 150 volunteers from Houston area youth groups, labor unions and congregations from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints joined together to help clean and restore three homes in need of significant repairs on Saturday.

Houston Mormons serve homeless veterans

A successful second round of donations for the Adopt-A-Vet program this weekend put Compassionate Houston’s goal of 300 welcome home baskets in 100 days within reach. Compassionate Houston is a coalition of faith-based organizations and private citizens. Their goal is to provide a place to stay, social services and job assistance for chronically homeless veterans […]

Pedaling for principles: Houston cyclists choose to not ride on Sunday

How far would you go to uphold your principles? Better yet, how far would you pedal — more than 140 miles? How about also burning more than 8,200 calories and helping out a good cause? Ah, but one more thing. It has to be done in one day.