Mormon inner city project blesses lives of thousands

by | Mar. 22, 2012

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Glenn and Kathy Sorte serve as volunteer missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) in the Inner City Project of Salt Lake City. After a lifetime of Church service, they are still keeping busy by responding to the needs of central city families.

Their list of responsibilities may include coordinating appointments and providing transportation to visit the doctor, the dentist, the job interview or the computer repair shop. They could teach English as a second language, basic piano lessons or budgeting, or tutor students in their school assignments. They help plan and execute activities and socials and arrange donations of clothing, household supplies, car seats, diapers and baby formula, holiday gift cards and even tuition.

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