Hispanic conference builds relationships between Saints in California

by | Oct. 17, 2012

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It was December 2011 when El Cariso Branch President William Sacriste read a news article about a conference designed to strengthen ties among local Hispanic members of the Church in the Oklahoma City area.

He wanted to create a similar experience for members in southwest Riverside County, California—where six Spanish-speaking units comprise several hundred Hispanic members, spread across five stakes.

And in September—following several months of counseling with priesthood leaders and planning—local Saints came away from their first Hispanic conference with stronger friendships, deeper testimonies, and new service experiences.

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