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Ministering assignment report

Posted: Sun Jul 08, 2018 2:36 pm
by DavidDressman
Is there a way to print off the ministering assignments for the ministering brothers in Elder's Quorum ? It would have the companions, the families they visited and list the members of the families with the birthdates. We used to print this out for our old home teaching assignments. I can't find the new report if one even exists. It just beats having to hand write these or create them using some other software.

Re: Ministering assignment report

Posted: Sun Jul 08, 2018 4:07 pm
by eblood66
Select Organizations > Ministering > Elders Quorum from the LCR menu, click on the Companionships tab and then click Print. In the drop down dialog select the Assignments option and whether to include contact information and then click the Print button in the dialog.

Re: Ministering assignment report

Posted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 11:36 am
by 1marquisstanley
This is good for the priesthood/Elders Quorum who have access to LCR menu - What about sister members? How do we find our assignments?

Re: Ministering assignment report

Posted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 11:49 am
by lajackson
1marquisstanley wrote:This is good for the priesthood/Elders Quorum who have access to LCR menu - What about sister members? How do we find our assignments?

Not all elders have access to LCR. It is only available to leaders and the Relief Society presidency. Those who do not have those callings, elder or sister, do not have access.

If you use LDS Tools, however, you should be able to select your name in the Directory and see your ministering assignments under the Ministering tab.

Re: Ministering assignment report

Posted: Mon Jul 09, 2018 12:15 pm
by russellhltn
1marquisstanley wrote:How do we find our assignments?

See question 16 in the Misistering FAQs

How do members receive their ministering assignments?

Leaders meet with ministering brothers and sisters—preferably as companionships—to share their assignments with them and to counsel about the strengths, needs, and challenges of those to whom they minister. This conversation could take place in a ministering interview (see question 20, below) or whenever needed.

If the leadership is expecting you to look it up, they're doing it wrong.