Go to the DC Temple on the Metro using the free temple shuttle
Go to the Washington DC Temple on the Metro. Just get on the red line and get off at Forest Glen station and take the free temple shuttle. Make sure to check the schedule at http://templeshuttle.org before going.
VIDEO: Look Inside an LDS Dry-Pack Cannery
An LDS cannery volunteer answers questions and demonstrates how dry pack canning is done at these facilities:
Heart of My Fathers – play
The author, Michelle Niederer, shared this play that would make a fun fireside activity. The play teaches the importance of temple work for family members who have passed on.
Communication with Parents
We did a fireside in our ward that was quite successful. It was on Communication with Parents. We invited the parents to…We did a fireside in our ward that was quite successful. It was on Communication with Parents. We invited the parents to come with their youth and really promoted this activity. We wanted to do something different than a…
Geocaching is an adventure game for GPS users. The basic idea is to have individuals and organizations set up caches (usually a container with something inside, like a notepad for signatures or a treasure). GPS users can then use the location coordinates to find the caches. Geocaches are listed on internet sites, where members can look them up and use…
Alzheimer’s Unit and Assisted Living Service Project
A member of our enrichment night committee works at our local assisted care facility and told us that several of the individuals there did not receive visits from family members. When they ask staff members when their family members might visit, the staff has to say they will be coming soon, regardless of circumstance. We called the assisted care facility…
Here are some ideas for guest speakers: Invite someone from your local FBI field office to come speak about how to protect yourself online. Invite your stake patriarch to come speak about preparing to receive patriarchal blessings. Invite someone from a local school or university to come speak on any topic of interest: art, astronomy, geology, art, local history, etc.…