News Release

Members of Tongan Royal Family Attend Worship Service on Easter Sunday

Several members of the Tongan Royal Family attended a worship service at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Nuku'alofa 10th Ward (congregation) on Easter Sunday.

Crown Prince Tupouto'a 'Ulukalala, Crown Princess Sinaitakala, Prince Ata, Honorable Lupepau’u Taione, Epeli Taione, Lord Luani, Honorable Tevita 'Unga, Sela 'Unga, and Member of Parliament Semisi Sika were among those who attended the service.

They joined with approximately 200 Latter-day Saint and other worshipers who also attended the service.

Latter-day Saint leader ‘Alvin Sika presided at the worship service and Bishop Andrew To’imoana conducted the meeting.

Speakers in the service were Sione and Falaetau Fineanganofo. They both spoke on the gospel of Jesus Christ, the last few days of the Saviour's life, and His resurrection.

Worship services of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints each Sunday, called "sacrament meetings," are open to all who wish to attend. 

They include prayers, hymns, sermons by leaders and members from the congregation, and the ordinance of the sacrament. Meetings focus on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.







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