The Mormon religion, formally known as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is believed to be a restoration of the original Church established by Jesus Christ. Other common nicknames include the Mormon Church, Mormonism, LDS Church, Latter-day Saints, or simply LDS.
How many Mormons are there?
There are approximately 14 million members of the Mormon Church. These members meet in approximately 30,000 congregations in many nations throughout the world. While some people believe that Mormonism is an “American religion,” there are actually more members outside the United States than inside.
Who are Mormons?
Mormons come from essentially every background, culture, race, demographic and nation in the world. Despite our differences, we are all united in our belief that God is our Heavenly Father and His Son Jesus Christ is the Savior.
This brief video gives a little more introduction into the Mormon religion.
On this website, you can read more about the basic beliefs of the Mormon religion:
Or you can read more about the history of the Mormon religion:
Misconceptions page to dispel some common rumors about the Mormon religion.
Mormon Missionaries page if you want to know more about these young men and women.
Worship Service page if you want to know what to expect at a Mormon Church.