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Latter-day Saint Women in Fiji Recognised for Service to Others

A Christmas recognition dinner was held recently for women who have given selfless service to their Latter-day Saint congregation.

The Relief Society, a women's orgnisation in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints hosted the event held in Lami, an area in Rewa Province, Fiji.

Women honoured at the dinner have worked to lead, teach the gospel of Jesus Christ and administer relief to those in need.  


Eileen Shaw, a local leader in the women's organisation commented, "This was an awesome event to recognise these women and the work they do."  

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' #LightTheWorld Campaign has encouraged and suggested ways to render service for 25 days in 25 ways starting 1 December and running through Christmas day to lift and light the world of those who could benefit from our love and service.


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