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Hi I'm Rylee

I grew up in Northern Utah. I want to be an Athletic Trainer. I love my family. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love playing sports! I played volleyball from eighth grade to my senior year of high school and it was wonderful. I am currently attending college and majoring in Exercise Science

Why I am a Mormon

Even though I was raised in this church, I chose to continue to follow His gospel because of the peace and happiness His church brings me. This is a gospel of goodness. Our Savior, Jesus Christ, lived and died for us, and I believe that I owe it to him to bring others unto his light and bring happiness and comfort into their lives as well.

How I live my faith

I am currently serving my YSA (young single adult) ward as a Sunday school teacher, teaching young adults around my own age, and I have previously held callings as a secretary, counselor and committee member. Through my past callings I had the opportunity to organize events for the church and get to know those in my ward.

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

Rylee
Of course you can attend the church! Visitors are always always welcome. Our church is three hours long and has three different parts. The first part/hour of our Sunday is Sacrament! During Sacrament, we pray, sing hymns, partake of the sacrament (bread and water which is passed around to those in the congregation who wish to partake) and listen to a few speakers that were assigned beforehand. The second hour is Sunday School, where different age groups go to different classes to learn more about His gospel! Then the last in third hour is where we have another class separated into four classes made up of young women (ages 12-17), relief society (women 18 and up), and priesthood classes for the men (separated by age). If you have the desire or curiosity to observe a Mormon church service, I encourage you to do so! Show more Show less