Leader and Clerk Resources is a collection of tools to help local unit leaders perform their callings.
Schedule your next temple appointment online. Not all temples are scheduling appointments online.
Learn how to use online donations and have access to your donation history, submit a tithing or fast offering donation, or view your statements—all with a few clicks.
Access training content and resources for your Church calling.
View a map of your ward and stake boundaries and find information about leaders or members in your area. If you prefer, download the Member Tools app on your mobile device.
Find everything you need in one place—unit and calling items; temple and ordinance clothing; music, magazines, and art; and more.
Study the Old Testament, New Testament, Book of Mormon, Pearl of Great Price, and Doctrine and Covenants. Find scripture study ideas, listen to the scriptures on Gospel Voice, and more.
Browse audio, video, and text of current and past general conferences.
Browse and study the current Come, Follow Me lesson.
This resource for the Children and Youth program includes the youth theme, links for service and activities, personal development, and information for parents and teachers.
Locate, learn about, and register for any one of the For the Strength of Youth (FSY) camps around the world.
Download the Member Tools app in order to see your ward’s ministering information, including your ministering assignment and whether you have a ministering companion.
“Ours is a hymnbook for the home as well as for the meetinghouse” (“First Presidency Preface,” Hymns, x). This online version of the official 1985 hymnbook provides many ways to learn and use the music of the Church.
Read official letters from Church headquarters.
Submit names of individuals who are sick or otherwise afflicted and are in need of the faith and prayers of temple patrons. Names remain on the prayer roll for two weeks.
Members use this tool as they prepare for missionary service, receive their call, serve their mission, and return home. Missionaries can access tools and resources like training and information specific to their mission.
Study current or past articles in the Liahona, For the Strength of Youth, or Friend magazines.
Access a free family tree template featuring multiple tree and fan chart views, timeline and mapping tools, record hints and research helps, and access to billions of online records.
Enter your family’s information into the My Family: Stories That Bring Us Together booklet, and begin discovering your family together.
In-home and online activities designed for the whole family. It’s family history in a whole new way!
Report facilities-related issues to be resolved by the facilities management group.
The calendar system shows events for your stake and ward.
Update your personal information, communication preferences, and security settings.
Leader and Clerk Resources allows local leaders to send messages to members in their unit.
In the Temple Worker Portal, temple workers can find information regarding their calling, including their schedule, training progress, and help finding substitutes.
Read the inspiring true story of the women and men who dedicated their lives to establishing The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe.
All leaders and teachers of children or youth are to complete this training. This training covers how to recognize and prevent physical, sexual, verbal, and other types of abuse. The resources below can also help you recognize and prevent abuse.
Study the gospel through the books, lessons, and media produced for seminary-aged youth of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Leaders can run and print summary reports for bishops’ orders filled for their units.
Watch the official YouTube channel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Here you’ll find Bible videos, inspirational messages, general conference talks, and more.
Log in to view and purchase temple clothing including garments, ceremonial clothing, and white clothing.
Organization presidencies can submit online reimbursement forms for items purchased for ward or Church organization activities.
View Come, Follow Me study materials and resources for primary.
View Come, Follow Me study materials and resources for Sunday school.
To relive the events that happened during the last days of Jesus Christ’s mortal ministry is to understand that every day offers a new chance to experience the joy and peace that’s possible because of Him.
From December 1 to Christmas Day, pay attention to the ways the people around you have shared their light with you and others.
The world’s largest family history conference, brought to you by FamilySearch.
View and study the General Handbook: Serving in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Browse the music collection of the Church, including special events, concerts, performances, Hymns, the Children’s Songbook, and more.
Get personalized information and training for your Church calling. Browse general training and the General Handbook: Serving in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Subscriptions to Church magazines are available in Braille, talking book format, and hard copy. Here you can start, renew, or cancel your subscriptions all in one place.
Request a digital copy of your own patriarchal blessing, or request a copy of a deceased direct-line family member’s blessing.
Post and search for service opportunities in your local community.
This section of the Leader and Clerk Resources portal supports ward clerks with management income and expenses for local units.
The Local Unit Financial Auditing System (LUFAS) is an internet application that allows authorized users to perform financial audits online, track the progress of audit submissions, review audit exceptions and report when they are resolved, print paper audit forms, and create various reports.
The Help Center provides links, video training, and orientation on donations, the online store, administrative callings, and ministering assignments in the Church.
The Global Communication Network is a resource for communication councils of the Church to reach out to local community, civic and interfaith groups to build relationships of understanding.
Local leaders update listings and manage reviews on online maps and directory services (Google Maps, Apple Maps, Yandex, etc.) for the Church’s physical locations, like meetinghouses, temples, and welfare buildings, and more.
Various interview settings between Church leaders and individual members are seen and evaluated for safe, supportive, and secure practices to protect Latter-day Saints who may have suffered abuse.
Ward leaders can record attendance for second hour classes in the Leader and Clerk Resources website.