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Updated Websites for Young Women, Aaronic Priesthood, and Primary Organizations Add Valuable Resources

Leaders and youth beginning the new Children and Youth program will find updated websites for the Young Women, Aaronic Priesthood and Primary organizations.

Sister Bonnie H. Cordon, Young Women General President, shared a post on Facebook that explained how to utilize the new tool.

“Our pages feature a section called ‘What’s New with Young Women?’ that includes our new theme and a video with details about the recently announced organizational changes,” Sister Cordon wrote. “It also features the Children and Youth initiative with good information for parents and leaders … and the list goes on!”

The Aaronic Priesthood site also includes a “What’s New with Aaronic Priesthood Quorums” page that explains recent adjustments to the Aaronic Priesthood quorums.

“We invite Aaronic Priesthood quorum presidencies and adult leaders to study the talks, announcements, and other materials and implement these changes prior to January 1, 2020,” the site reads. “As we strive to make these adjustments, we will be led by the Spirit to the spiritual nourishment our Aaronic Priesthood quorums need.”

Sister Lisa S. Harkness, First Counselor in the Primary General Presidency, wrote on Facebook about the new resources available through the updated Primary website.

“It is an amazing resource that is so helpful, yet, it may be a bit underutilized,” Sister Harkness said. “Have you taken a look online? From the latest resources for Children and Youth and resources for lessons, singing time, and nursery, to children and youth protection training, as well as answers to frequently asked questions about Primary—it is a real treasure trove!”

These updated websites follow the October update to the Relief Society website.

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