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Latter Day Saints

Latter Day Saints

The first Latter-day Saint missionaries in New Zealand arrived in Auckland in October 1854 from Australia, where the young Church had established its South Pacific base. The little party was led by mission president Augustus Farnham. With him were Australian convert Elder William Cooke and Thomas Holder. After preaching in Auckland, Wellington and Nelson, Farnham returned to Australia and left Elder Cooke in charge.

Sun 10:00 am Sacrament meets first

Branch President Katene

Contact Details

Branch President - Katene

Phone: 03 441 4108 http://www.ldschurch.org.nz