The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints notified local leaders to expect changes to the 2024 version of “Come, Follow Me,” in a letter dated Friday, April 28.
The move is part of “an effort to strengthen and simplify home-centered, Church-supported gospel learning,” according to the letter.
Instead of separate manuals for Primary, Sunday School, Young Women classes, and Aaronic Priesthood quorum meetings, the Church will have one resource.
No links or additional information were provided. The notice did say that local units “will receive additional information in the near future.”
‘Come, Follow Me—For Home and Church’ letter
Dear Brothers and Sisters:
In an effort to strengthen and simplify home-centered, Church-supported gospel learning, we are pleased to announce a new, consolidated resource titled Come, Follow Me—For Home and Church. Beginning in 2024, this new single resource will support scripture study at home and will replace teacher manuals that have been used in Primary, Sunday School, Young Women classes, and Aaronic Priesthood quorum meetings.
In 2024, “Come, Follow Me” will focus on study of the Book of Mormon. Wards and branches will receive additional information in the near future.
Thank you for your efforts to support individuals and families as they study the gospel in their homes.
Russell M. Nelson
Dallin H. Oaks
Henry B. Eyring
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