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Hi I'm Ali Hemming

I'm a travel junkie! Reading is my obsession. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a college student. I love to sing and dance and I am an avid reader! I love movies and cinema. I am studying History, and am working on achieving my degree. I would like to attend graduate school someday. Currently though, I am doing the greatest work of my life so far... Serving a mission!

Why I am a Mormon

I LOVE BEING A MEMBER! no choice could be better:) I am so happy . I was lucky enough to have been born into the LDS Church. Some would take that answer and say, oh, well she just sort of fell into it, that is not the case. I have worked and prayed and thought and studied many hours in my mind, on my knees, and talked with others to be sure of my faith in this particular church. I believe with all of my being that this church has the complete truth. That in the teachings of this church there is peace and guidance. There is the hope of having an actual one-on-one relationship with God and Jesus Christ. The opportunity to live with my family ,sealed with an eternally binding covenant is absolutely wonderful. I am a Mormon because this church has brought me more happiness than I could ever have imagined, and in each trial and each day, it continues to do the same. Wiem że ta Kościoła jest prawdziwa

How I live my faith

I am living the dream:) I get to teach others about the beauty of the gospel every day! I am ready to serve the people of Poland and give my all... Krok po Kroku... But when I return I still want to seve and give to my Savior. I live my faith by action.

What are Mormon church services like? Are visitors allowed at church meetings? Can I attend church?

Ali Hemming
An LDS Church meeting is a meeting of reverence and love. We have three "blocks". There is a meeting with those of a similar calling and purpose, where we receive instruction on how to better ourselves and serve those around us. We have a second meeting wherein the doctrines of our gospel are discussed and taught to us, and we have the meeting of the Sacrament. The Sacrament Meeting is the meeting that the entire area meets for together. We discuss ward business and gain further insight for our week, and then we participate in the most important part and focus of the entire service, Our priesthood members bless and pass the sacrament, and in taking it, we promise to live a better week and to remember our Savior and His Atonement. Anyone is allowed at all three meetings and is welcomed openly. Show more Show less