Stake Relief Society Presidencies and LCR

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Carolynrlee
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Stake Relief Society Presidencies and LCR

Postby Carolynrlee » Tue Jun 16, 2015 8:45 pm

As a Stake Relief Society Presidency,we need access to LCR. One of our functions is to orient and teach Ward Presidencies. Helping Visiting Teaching Coordinators understand the depth of their callings requires us to work with them on the computer. As a President, I often receive questions from the Wards that could be dealt with better if I had access. Is this upcoming?

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Re: Stake Relief Society Presidencies and LCR

Postby eblood66 » Tue Jun 16, 2015 9:00 pm

Carolynrlee wrote:As a Stake Relief Society Presidency,we need access to LCR. One of our functions is to orient and teach Ward Presidencies. Helping Visiting Teaching Coordinators understand the depth of their callings requires us to work with them on the computer. As a President, I often receive questions from the Wards that could be dealt with better if I had access. Is this upcoming?

Based on the first question in the LCR FAQ it seems pretty clear that no such access is planned at this point.

If you feel that there is legitimate need for access even within the responsibilities outlined in that question (and in the handbook), the appropriate way to make that request is by using the Feedback link on any page of lds.org. If your Stake President feels it is important as well he can also communicate it through his area priesthood channels. These forums are primarily user-to-user support and nobody here can make that kind of decision.

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Re: Stake Relief Society Presidencies and LCR

Postby russellhltn » Tue Jun 16, 2015 9:09 pm

One possibility to consider is using teamviewer so you can work with your ward leaders in real time without having to be at their computer.

(Note, TeamViewer is free for personal use and as such should not be installed on church computers.)
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