November 14, 2012

Mormons, Muslims, Methodists Team Up

Peggy Fletcher Stack, Salt Lake Tribune

In an unusual move, LDS Church officials in New York City canceled regular Sunday worship services on Nov. 11 so members and missionaries could join the relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Sandy.

Wearing yellow jackets emblazoned with the words, Mormon Helping Hands, hundreds of eager Latter-day Saints entered devastated Rockaway, Queens, neighborhoods and got to work dragging muck and debris from flood-damaged homes.

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