Mormon Church Visitors Day
Been wondering what it's like?
Now's your chance :)
The Christians of the Santa Margarita Stake (that's our region) of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints would love to invite you to worship our Savior Jesus Christ with us at "Mormon Church Visitors Day".
So what is this all about?
Well, of course visitors are welcome at every service! However, on Mormon Church Visitors Day we roll out the red carpet a bit more for you. The topics from the speakers will bit more user-friendly, the songs will be a bit more familiar and most importantly, you wont be the only new people. Being the only visitors can be a bit spooky sometimes :)
So how's it work?
No need to register or anything —just show up to one of our buildings at the appropriate time and walk on in.
Deciding where and when?
Our congregation attends church with the folks from their own neighborhood. Below you'll find a list of the different congregations (we call them geographic Wards) and their particular buildings and start times. -Or just pick the one that makes sense for you :)
Aliso Creek Ward (congregation)
Serving residents of Mission Viejo and East Lake Forest
Altisma Ward (congregation)
Serving residents of North Rancho Santa Margarita
Foothill Ranch Ward (congregation)
Serving residents of Foothill Ranch, Portola Hills and Hidden Ridge
Lake Forest Ward (congregation)
Serving residents of Lake Forest
Live Oak Ward (congregation)
Serving residents of Robinson Ranch, Rancho Cielo, Dove Canyon and Trabuco Canyon
Mission Lake Ward (congregation)
Serving residents of Canyon Crest and parts of North Mission Viejo.
Santa Margarita Ward (congregation)
Serving residents of Coto de Caza and small section of Rancho Santa Margarita that boarders Coto de Caza
Tijeras Canyon Ward (congregation)
Serving residents of South Rancho Santa Margarita