Mormon men and women embrace families as the heart of God’s plan for His children and as the fundamental unit of society. They regard the joint work of mothers and fathers as a preeminent priority in life and help to create and contribute to strong, Christ-centered families.
Latter-day Saint women draw strength and inspiration from their identity: they understand themselves to be daughters of God with a purpose in life, and they strive to cultivate the attributes of divinity—such as holiness, wisdom and charity—within themselves.
Latter-day Saint women consider it an important mission to reach out to those in need and to care for their families and communities. We seek to provide relief from all the ills of human life: poverty, selfishness, sorrow, immorality, ignorance, fear and loneliness to name a few.
The Latest from the South Orange County Relief Society
Notes from Nancy Sutherland’s March 19th workshop on sustenance gardening.read more
Article and short video on starting food storage.read more
LDS.org article on Emergency Prepardnessread more
San Clemente Readiness Festival