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Discover God's Plan for You. Meet with Missionaries in Southern Colorado.
Deepen your relationship with God and learn His plan for you as you meet with missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Southern Colorado. We’ll pray, read, and discuss the teachings of Jesus Christ with you. Request a visit.
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Missionaries will contact you to schedule your visit. Keep in mind, it may be from an area code or phone number you don’t recognize.
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What to Expect from Your Visit
We’re excited to meet you and help you feel the hope and certainty in life that comes from learning God's Plan for all of us. Here’s what your visit might be like:
We’ll get to know each other.
We’ll pray together.
We'll learn about our purpose here on Earth.
We’ll invite you to come to church with us.
See How Missionaries Helped Others Feel God’s Love
“I had all kinds of questions. Who was my Savior? Did Heavenly Father know me? What was His plan for me? They were always willing and ready to answer my questions and they always had resources to back them up.”
“The missionaries finally said to me, ‘If you want to know if this is true … don’t take our word for it. Go to the source of all truth.’ And that’s what I did. When I asked God if what they were telling me was true, it brought a feeling of love, joy, and peace.”
“They just really want to be like their Savior Jesus Christ. That’s it. They have nothing but good intentions and nothing but love.”
“When we first met the missionaries, they brought happiness. They radiated joy and love.”
Want to Learn More?
We cover Colorado Springs as well as surrounding areas. Missionaries can also visit you in Castle Rock, Pueblo, Fountain, Cañon City, Alamosa, Monument, Meridian, Buena Vista and La Junta.
When parents let their child leave the house, they know their child will encounter difficult things—a bully, a scraped knee, or maybe a failing grade. But it would be hard for us to learn and grow if our parents never let us leave the safety of our homes. God sent you to earth so that you could grow to become more like Him. As He allows you to experience the struggles that help you learn, you might mistakenly feel like that is proof He doesn’t care about you. In fact, it shows the opposite—God loves you enough to let you grow into your divine potential as His child. The bad things that happen to you here on earth may feel all-consuming now, but they are a short moment in the course of your eternal life. Everything that feels unfair in this life will be made right in the next, and you will understand the true joy of God’s plan for your happiness.
Missionaries are volunteers who have set aside their normal lives for up to two years to help others come closer to Jesus Christ. Before leaving on a mission, they were students, employees, athletes, bookworms, musicians, and, well, you get the idea. After their service, they will return home to finish college, work, date and marry, and live a pretty normal life.
They come from all over the world. It’s not uncommon for a missionary to serve in a country and speak a language other than their own. Missionaries serve as young adults or in their retired years as singles or couples. Whatever their age, their motivation is sincere—they leave their homes and families for a period to do what Jesus taught his Apostles: “Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature” (Mark 16:15).
Church service times vary from congregation to congregation. However, you can always count on one main worship service for everyone, followed by classes for children, youth, and adults.
The service for everyone is called “sacrament meeting.” This meeting consists of songs, prayers, and sermons (or “talks”) given by different members of the congregation every week. But the most important part of the meeting is when we take the sacrament (which is similar to communion) to remember the Savior.