Contacting foreign missionaries about non-members

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Wigginsb1
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Contacting foreign missionaries about non-members

Postby Wigginsb1 » Mon May 14, 2012 8:24 pm

I have a friend in Australia with a very sick grandson. I told her about the priesthood and she wants a member to give her a blessing. How do I find missionaries in Australia? :confused:

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Postby lajackson » Mon May 14, 2012 9:01 pm

Wigginsb1 wrote:I have a friend in Australia with a very sick grandson. I told her about the priesthood and she wants a member to give her a blessing. How do I find missionaries in Australia? :confused:


Enter as much of the address as you have in the meetinghouse locator at LDS.org and contact the bishop of the local ward. He will know what to do.

The Meetinghouse Locator link is on the main LDS.org page in the left column.

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Postby kisaac » Mon May 14, 2012 9:03 pm

Have you suggested to your friend the SHE might have better success contacting them? She could look up the church in a local phone book, or find the branch or ward that would cover her area by logging into http://www.lds.org/maps/ and typing in her address. It would at least pull up the meetinghouse address and the time they meet, and may pull up a phone number.


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