latter-day Seekers' Group

Join us for an open discussion where no subjects are off limits.  No matter your heritage in the Restoration movement, come share opinions, ask questions, express doubts, search freely among listening ears while enjoying food together.  No one journeys alone.  This is not a proselytizing group.  We are here to listen and walk with you on your journey.  These friendly gatherings change locations and purpose.  The next gathering is TBD.  If you have a request for something close to you, send us a message!  Check here and the EVENTS calendar for updates.  Please feel free to use the CONTACT page and get in touch!

Apostle Carlos Enrique Mejia and Apostle Janne Grover lead "The Spirit of God like a Fire Is Burning" during the 2016 Conference hymn festival.

Pancakes with the Presidency

  Scott Murphy, Counselor to the President of the Church, joined us for good food and conversation at our october gathering.  learn more about President Murphy here.

Interested in a more private conversation?  Let us know and we'll arrange a conversation where you are most comfortable.  Skype, ooVoo, phone, text, facebook, favorite park, coffee shop, or something else -- we'll be there!

For more info about Latter-day Seekers, start here: http://www.latter-dayseekers.org/

Curious for more about Community of Christ identity and beliefs, check out "Mormon Stories" 3-part interview with Prophet-President Stephen M.Veazey here.

Doctrine & Covenants 161:3a-c

"Open your hearts and feel the yearnings of your brothers and sisters who are lonely, despised, fearful, neglected, unloved. Reach out in understanding, clasp their hands, and invite all to share in the blessings of community created in the name of the One who suffered on behalf of all.

Do not be fearful of one another. Respect each life journey, even in its brokenness and uncertainty, for each person has walked alone at times. Be ready to listen and slow to criticize, lest judgments be unrighteous and unredemptive.

Be patient with one another, for creating sacred community is arduous and even painful. But it is to loving community such as this that each is called. Be courageous and visionary, believing in the power of just a few vibrant witnesses to transform the world. Be assured that love will overcome the voices of fear, division, and deceit."