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Church creates videos

The Church has created a series of videos to provide an introduction to the religion, its members, and its various programs and organizations. This type of introductory information has often been requested by members of the media and public as they have become more familiar with the Church in recent years.

The four- to 10-minute segments feature members of the Church discussing their experiences, beliefs and practices, providing answers to common questions about the Church. They are a resource for anyone seeking to share or learn more about what Mormons believe.

Image, above, is part of a series of videos that provide an introduction to the Church and its members, programs and organizations.
Image, above, is part of a series of videos that provide an introduction to the Church and its members, programs and organizations. Photo: IRI

The longest video is an overview segment, "The Church at a Glance." Other pieces focus on topics including humanitarian efforts, beliefs, missionary work, temples, family, education and Church history and organization. Videos similar to these have been produced by the Church in the past. Long-term plans include translation and customization of these resources for worldwide use.

The full series can be found on LDS.org, Mormon newsroom's YouTube channel and in the Church's gospel library app. Individuals can view the videos, download the files or share by linking to them from their own social media sites.