Missionaries Serving in Some Missions No Longer Required to Wear Suit Coats

Missionaries Serving in Some Missions No Longer Required to Wear Suit Coats

Missionaries Serving in Some Missions No Longer Required to Wear Suit Coats
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Mormon Newsroom shared this today:

“Mormon male missionaries, or ‘elders,’ are recognized in many parts of the world by their suits and black name tags. However, in some parts of world with hot climates, suit coats are impractical.

“To reduce the financial burden on missionaries and their families, elders who are called to serve in missions identified by the Church as having hot climates will no longer be required to purchase or wear suit coats. Missionaries called to serve in these missions will be notified in their call packets.”

Mormon Newsroom also provided a list of missions where suit coats are no longer required. We’ve provided an image of that list below, or go to their blog to download the PDF version.

Missions for Missionary Attire in Hot Climates
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2 COMMENTS

  1. As a citizen of a tropical third world country, I approve this change. Lol. But what took them? Finally accepted the world ain’t Utah, ey? 🙂 🙂 🙂

  2. I NEED SOME HELP.

    An Elder named Bradyn English serving in the Philippines San Pablo Mission recently posted on his blog (see link below) that a non-married man and woman who are living together in the Philippines can get baptized.

    His blog post states, “The area presidency recently released a new rule that as long as two people have been living together for 5 years or more, they are allowed to be baptized, just because it is really hard for people here to get married or to get a divorce.”

    Is this true?

    http://elderbradynenglish.blogspot.com/2015/06/rain.html

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