The Ashburn VA Stake of the LDS Church is made up of over 5,000 members divided into 9 wards. This is not an official site of the LDS Church.
This video debuted at BYU Women’s Conference. As sisters, we struggle, work and rejoice with each other. Share the video and your love with someone who needs to feel a part of the “one heart” of Relief Society.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!! Wonderful day setting up for Love Your Neighbor Free Market. Doors open tomorrow at 9-1. We couldn’t have done it without you all!
[05/02/19] Drop off for Love Your Neighbor Free Market starts tonight 7-9 and tomorrow from 9am- 7 pm. Hope to see you!! @ the Leesburg building
We have one week!!! Looking to clear out some old stuff?? Drop it off on Thursday night or Friday next week!!
President Russell M Nelson announced today that the Salt Lake Temple will be closed effective December 29, 2019, for renovations. It will remain closed for approximately four years to complete its renovation.
The temple is expected to reopen in 2024 with a public open house.
Read more about the upcoming changes here: https://www.mormonnewsroom.org/article/plans-unveiled-salt-lake-temple-renovation
We are excited about this wonderful free market! We can’t do it without you. Hope to see you there!!
We'd like to express our gratitude to all those who came to serve, volunteered their time and talents, and donated supplies to make our Ashburn Stake Relief Society Community Service Fair a success.
Nearly a dozen projects were completed to directly benefit organizations and provide relief to our community. Highlights of these projects are in the photos below.
Some of the organizations served were:
Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter (LAWS)/Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice
Loudoun Hunger Relief
The Aurora School
We're again grateful for the love and service given to those most in need in our community today. We pray you continue to serve your neighbor and community in your own families and share the love of Jesus Christ.
Laurie Snarr — Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter (LAWS)/Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice
“With your efforts today you’ve become a part of the scaffolding of support around the families we serve.”
Journals and Mother’s Day gifts were prepared for their clients at the Ashburn Stake Relief Society Community Service Event at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Ashburn today.
We’d like to thank all those who participated and especially the community organizations that were involved.
Women's Community Service Project starting now! Join us until 12 to support our local community organizations! Ashburn Virginia Stake - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Plans are underway for the Richmond VA Temple!
mormonnewsroom.org The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has filed preliminary plans with Henrico County, Virginia, for construction of a new temple.
LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR - FREE MARKET is coming up soon. The market is on Saturday, May 4th, 9am-1pm, with drop offs Thursday evening, May 2nd, 7-9pm and Friday 9am-7pm. @ the Leesburg building.
So if you are doing any spring cleaning keep this in mind. We collect clothes, shoes, toys, kitchen items, household goods only flat screen TVs) books, blankets. We will also have a food drive for the Tree of Life food pantry in Purcellville.
More details coming soon:)
lds.org Every member of the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, dressed in white suits, posed for an iconic photograph in the Rome Italy Temple Visitors' Center in Rome, Italy on Monday, March 11, 2019.
The Vatican has released these photos of a historic first-time meeting between President Russell M. Nelson, President M. Russell Ballard and Pope Francis, March 9, 2019.
Ashburn Virginia Stake - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
ldsdaily.com In a new video, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints provides an overview of the temple endowment, why it is important to members of the Church, and how it points to Jesus Christ. It also highlights some of the symbolism in the ceremony and different areas of the temple. You can learn ....
deseretnews.com Effective immediately, the Church’s 65,000 missionaries are authorized to communicate with their families each week on preparation day by text messages, online messaging, phone calls and video chats in addition to letters and emails.
azcentral.com Clinging to faith is key to spiritual survival in a world that grows more secular and less religious, LDS President Russell M. Nelson writes.
Stake Conference will be broadcast today at 10am from the safety of your home.
The tri-ward choir does not need to attend in person.
How to watch:
Church web broadcast system:
- Connect to https://portal.ldswebcast.org
- Login using LDS Account
- Search for 58888 in the "Find a broadcast" box
- Click on "Watch Live"
Backup system (only to use if the church system doesn’t connect you):
- Connect to https://player.cloud.wowza.com/hosted/402xvwsv/player.html
Please only use one connection per household to encourage a better experience for all.
Ashburn Stake Messiah Sing Along is tomorrow! Be sure to arrive early! Doors open at 7pm and scores are available at the website below.
mormonnewsroom.org The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced a change Friday designed to strengthen children and youth through increased faith in Jesus Christ, deeper understanding of His gospel, and greater unity with His Church and its members.
Jeffrey R. Holland
I was a student at BYU just finishing my first year of graduate work when our first child, a son, was born. We were very poor, though not so poor as Joseph and Mary. Nevertheless, when I realized that our own night of nights was coming, I believe I would have done any honorable thing in this world, and mortgaged any future I had, to make sure my wife had the clean sheets, the sterile utensils, the attentive nurses, and the skilled doctors who brought forth our firstborn son.
I compare those feelings (which I have had with each succeeding child) with what Joseph must have felt as he moved through the streets of a city not his own, with not a friend or kinsman in sight, nor anyone willing to extend a helping hand. In these very last and most painful hours of her “confinement,” Mary had ridden or walked approximately 100 miles from Nazareth in Galilee to Bethlehem in Judea. Surely Joseph must have wept at her silent courage.
I wonder what emotions Joseph might have had as he cleared away the dung and debris. I wonder if he felt the sting of tears as he hurriedly tried to find the cleanest straw and hold the animals back. I wonder if he wondered: “Could there be a more unhealthy, a more disease-ridden, a more despicable circumstance in which a child could be born? Should the mother of the Son of God be asked to enter the valley of the shadow of death in such a foul and unfamiliar place as this? Is it right He should be born here?” But I am certain Joseph did not mutter and Mary did not wail. They knew a great deal and did the best they could.
I’ve thought of Mary, too, this most favored mortal woman in the history of the world, who as a mere child received an angel who uttered to her those words that would change the course not only of her own life but also that of all human history: “Hail, thou virgin, who art highly favoured of the Lord. The Lord is with thee; for thou art chosen and blessed among women.”
It is here I stumble, here that I grasp for the feelings a mother has when she knows she has conceived a living soul, feels life quicken and grow within her womb, and carries a child to delivery. At such times fathers stand aside and watch, but mothers feel and never forget.
With only Joseph’s inexperienced assistance, she herself brought forth her firstborn son, wrapped him in the little clothes she had knowingly brought on her journey, and perhaps laid him on a pillow of hay. Shepherds would soon arrive and later, wise men from the East. Later yet the memory of that night would bring Santa Claus and Frosty and Rudolph—and all would be welcome. But first and forever there was just a little family, without toys or trees or tinsel. With a baby—that’s how Christmas began.
The 12th biennial Ashburn Stake Messiah Sing-Along is one week away!
December 16th at 7:30PM at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (21015 Claiborne Pkwy, Ashburn) Join the Ashburn Stake Choir & Orchestra in singing Handel's Messiah to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.
Come listen and enjoy or bring a score and sing along! To download a score to your device or reserve a seat with the sopranos, altos, tenor or basses, visit ashburnmessiah2018.com. All are welcome! Free admission!
Come early. Doors open at 7:00PM.
yahoo.com Buy a goat to donate to a poor family...from a vending machine? The idea is simple: instead of snacks, the vending machines sell brightly colored boxes with prices ranging from two to 200 dollars, illustrating the needs of poor families at home and abroad. Other items include a polio vaccine, a sewi...
Join us tonight for the First Presidency Christmas Devotional!
A special message will be given by The Prophet, Russell M. Nelson and his counselors Henry B. Eyring and Dallin H. Oaks. Music will be provided by the Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square.
Broadcast available at lds.org and Mormon Channel on YouTube at 8pm eastern time.
We encourage you to begin Light the World by serving where you are and in the world in your communities. Use JustServe.org to help find opportunities for service in your area!
Join us as we approach this Christmas season renewing our focus on service and giving our time, love, and resources as Jesus Christ gave. Use the Light the World service calendar below to inspire ways you and your family could serve people in your community.
Comment or message us to share unique ways your family will serve this season!
Download and print the calendar at this link:
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Light the World this Christmas season.
"This Christmas season, follow the example of Jesus Christ and #LIGHTtheWORLD. We can follow the example of Jesus Christ by serving those around us. Jesus fe...
Goose Creek Ward Day to Serve: Community Table of Loudoun interfaith dinner partnering with Unitarian Universalist Church of Leesburg and St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church. They worked in partnership to provide a meal for the underprivileged through the Community Table of Loudoun.
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Hurricane Irma and Maria LDS Service update:
mormonnewsroom.org The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints releases a statement on Hurricane Irma.
Dulles South Food Pantry
Thank you to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ashburn, VA Stake for donating $1000 in commodities to the Pantry this week.
Day to Serve projects in the Ashburn Stake are on their way!
Here are pics from the Catoctin and Hamilton Wards. Hard work at the Chapman DeMary Trail in western Loudoun County.
Please see gratitude and narrative below.
A huge thank you to the Catoctin and Hamilton wards of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for spending Saturday morning at the Chapman DeMary Trail to get it all in great shape! More than 80 volunteers worked to restore the monarch waystation by planting more than 100 plants, remove invasive plants to rescue some native plants, clear a path through the pollinator meadow, remove a dead tree covered with poison ivy, mark part of the trail path, clear around the benches and signs, put foot bridges back, mulch around the picnic tables, and more!!! Thank you for all your hard work!!!
lds.org The First Presidency released a letter September 1 in response to people who want to know how to help victims of Hurricane Harvey.
mormonnewsroom.org UPDATE: (August 30, 2017 at 6:05 p.m. MDT) Youth at the Cypress Stake Center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints sort donations for flood relief victims. The meetinghouse is being prepared as a command center for cleanup efforts after being used as an impromptu boat rescue operations…
LDS Church sends aid to Houston
deseretnews.com The LDS Church's Welfare Department dispatched three trucks to Texas on Friday to support the Bishops' Storehouse in Houston as Hurricane Harvey threatens to besiege the state for as long as a week.
Fun at the Mormon Prom 2017
Each year congregations from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) in Northern Virginia organize a regional prom for high school Juniors a...
Loudoun Bible Reading Marathon
In the past, the Ashburn Stake has participated in this event in the form of Seminary classes, full-time missionaries, public affair members and Bishop Cummings (the location is part of the Leesburg Ward boundary).
This event is an annual activity for Loudoun County
loudounawakening.org Want to be sure you don't miss next year's Bible Reading Marathon? Sign up for our email list and we'll send you a reminder! EMAIL ME
Mormon Prom 2017
novamormonprom.com The Centreville and Gainesville Stakes, along with the Woodbridge Stake, McLean Stake, Ashburn Stake, Mount Vernon Stake, Oakton Stake, Annandale Stake, Winchester Stake, Fredericksburg Stake, and Stafford Stake cordially invites all Juniors and Seniors that are 16 years of age or older to attend t...
Stake Youth Activity - Luau
Prince of Peace Easter message
mormon.org Find peace in a troubled world through Jesus Christ. This Easter season, learn principles of peace from the #PRINCEofPEACE. Get started at Mormon.org.
Sunday, April 9th Mormon Choir Easter Celebration in Ashburn, VA
Promotion of Upward Sports through CFC/CCS that brings the message of Jesus Christ through sports to kids grades K - 6th.
Christ. Community. Life. "I have given you an example, go and do likewise." - Jesus Christ - John 13:15
Open Arms is a Christian child development center offering programs for infants through pre-K, full day kindergarten and after school care for k-5th.
Sr. High Youth Group @ Broadlands Community Church
Pastor, author, joyous husband of Lidia Jackie Loynaz Utzig, father and radio show host. To listen to recent podcasts please visit http://ahopm.weebly.com
One Family One Mission One Focus
Not the parish you're looking for...the parish you need...especially if you are looking for greater participation and deeper understanding
We are a Division of the Ancient Order of Hiberians in America, serving as a Catholic Irish Fraternal Organization for Loudoun County, Virginia
We are the youth ministry of Capital Community Church.
A welcoming, non-denominational church serving the Ashburn Broadlands and Brambleton communities in Northern Virginia. http://www.mychurchjourney.com Sunday Service @ Eagle Ridge Middle School - 10:30am