Fostering Societies Founded on Human Dignity for All

Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints can be found in most cities, towns and villages throughout the South Pacific. We are part of the social fabric of this beautiful part of the world.

We are accountants, police officers, teachers, students, plumbers and professors. And much more. We are neighbours, friends, work associates and classmates.


Latter-day Saints are not perfect, but we do strive to love God, follow Jesus Christ, and love all of our neighbours, including those with whom we may disagree on some things.

Latter-day Saints believe that all human beings should be treated with respect and dignity.

We wish to work with others to enable all people to live according to their consciences and their core beliefs, whether they be religious or otherwise.

We maintain that a person can live according to their beliefs, and even share with others what brings them purpose and happiness, without disrespecting others.

Freedom of speech, freedom of religion or belief, and other core freedoms are at the heart of what it means to be human. These freedoms, however, should be exercised with great care, with respect and kindness, and always in ways that inspire us all to be our best selves.


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