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Piecing Together New Zealand History is Labour of Love

Piecing Together New Zealand History is Labour of Love for Mormon Volunteers

Just like pieces of a patchwork quilt connect together, telling a story of an earlier life, so goes the work of volunteer Latter-day Saint missionaries as they fit together pieces of New Zealand history.

New Zealand Latter-day Saint missionaries Vic and Rangi Parker have joined forces with American missionaries Randy and Margaret Olsen – labouring to collect artefacts, photos, and written and spoken histories of Latter-day Saints in New Zealand.

It was during one of their fact-finding expeditions recently they came across Mita Watene and learned more of the history of Latter-day Saints in Thames.

Read more at Pacific Mormon Newsroom.


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