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Glenn Rawsen recently toured Malad’s historical sites. He will be presenting a fireside March 28 at 6:00 at the 5th Ward Building.

New 7th Ward Bishopric

On Sunday, March 17, 2024, Jason Kimberling was sustained as the new bishop of the Malad 7th Ward, replacing Bishop Craig Sorensen.  Bishop Kimberling’s counselors are Anson Carter and Brent Schow.  Ernie Fossum is the Executive Secretary with Shaun Ashby and Thomas Maddox as Ward Clerks.

New President of Brigham City Temple

Called as the new President of the Brigham City Temple, beginning in September, is Michael J. Hess with his wife Danece called as the temple matron. They will replace President Robert E. Steed and Sister Debbie Steed. President Hess currently serves as an Area Seventy and as the Malad Stake missionary preparation instructor.  He is the former President of the North Dakota Bismarck Mission, Malad Stake President, and Bishop of the Malad 1st Ward. He has also served as a high councilor and a temple ordinance worker. Sister Danece Hess is a Primary activity leader and served with her husband in the North Dakota Bismarck Mission.  She has been a Ward Relief Society, Young Women, and Primary President. They both grew up in Malad and graduated from Malad High School. They have been very involved in community organizations. Mike is the CEO of
Hess Pumice.

Relief Society Birthday Devotional

On Sunday, March 17, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints celebrated the 182nd birthday of the Relief Society.  Founded in Nauvoo in 1842 with Emma Smith as the first president, the Relief Society now has over 8 million members and is the largest women’s organization in the world.  All sisters in the Church are members of the Relief Society even if they are serving in other organizations, such as Primary or
Young Women.

The broadcast from Salt Lake City included short talks from Camille Johnson, Anette Dennis, and Kristen Yee of the General Relief Society Presidency. They emphasized that Jesus provides the relief all people need in this world, but we can bring relief to others through serving our families, communities, and the world. The broadcast concluded with a talk by Church President Russell M. Nelson, who said that all women are valuable members of the Church. He encouraged all women who are eligible to obtain their temple endowments and be able to access to all priesthood powers and blessings.

Sister Paula Hannah of the Malad Stake Relief Society conducted the meeting that concluded with the testimonies of several sisters of
the Stake.

Stake Fireside

On Thursday, March 28, at 6:00, a fireside will be held at the Malad 2nd-4th-5th Ward Building.  Speakers will be Matt Wray, former Malad Stake President, and Glenn Rawson, known for his television and radio broadcasts and podcasts about Church history, particularly the Joseph Smith Papers project.

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