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Face to Face for Young Single Adults with Elder Jeffery R. Holland

Young single adults of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are invited to participate in a worldwide, live Face to Face online event with Elder Jeffrey R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles at noon on 9 March 2016 Australian Eastern Daylight Time. Elder Holland will be joined by Sister Carole M. Stephens, first counsellor in the Relief Society general presidency, and Elder Donald L. Hallstrom of the Seventy.  

“I cherish every chance I get to interact with the young single adults of this Church,” said Elder Holland. “I wish I could meet with each of them individually, look each one in the eye, and express my love personally. Constraints of time and distance make that impossible, but fortunately social media helps us loosen those constraints. That’s what is so exciting about our worldwide Face to Face events. We call them “face to face” because it feels a bit like that—asking and answering questions in real time, in a setting that feels more intimate than what we might otherwise get.”

Young single adults can submit questions by going to or by using #LDSface2face. They can join the event live at noon on 9 March 2016 Australian Eastern Daylight Time on, the LDS Youth YouTube channel or the Mormon channel. After the live broadcast the event can be viewed at, the LDS Youth YouTube Channel or the Mormon channel. 

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