Internet connections to LDS meetinghouses

LDSTech reports that about half of the 17,000 LDS Church meetinghouses around the world already have Internet connections. Many more will get connected in the near future.

The article states, “It’s clear that the Internet has become an important part of communication in the Church – not just for clerk software (such as Member Leader Services), but also for teaching the gospel, helping individuals with provident living, doing family history and temple work, administering in the Church, and ministering to those in need. In areas where members are remotely located, the Internet also reduces burdens related to travel and cost for meetings and training.”

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