Our Podolsk Branch.
We call this the South building and our Kakhovsky Branch meets here. We have a baptismal font in this building.
We call this the Central Building and our Rechnoy and Arbatski Branches meet here. We use this building for our zone conferences, other training, teaching investigators, leadership meetings, district, branch and missionary activities, etc. This church building is one of two that the Church actually owns.
This is where our Zelenograd Branch meets. This is the other building that the Church owns and there is also a baptismal font here.
Elder Baldakov (from Russia) and me in front of the Perovo Branch.
Perovo Branch building.
This is our tiny Universityetski Branch (the door on the left).
Our Lotoshino Mission Branch is located about 2 hours north of Moscow and there have been no missionaries there for the past 5 years. The Church has rented this "driving school" building on Sundays for our 15 members who live in that area. However, there are only 2 members who are active right now.
On this is beautiful Sunday morning when we attended our Lotoshino Branch these are people who attended church that day. Keep in mind that Stephen, our driver (Alexander), our two Office Elders (Croese and Hansen) and me are the visitors. That leaves the Branch President and his wife, their daughter-in-law, granddaughter, their son (who is taking the picture), a member and a friend she brought that were in that Branch. The son and his family have since moved. What great faithful saints!
This building is where our International and Sokoiniki Branches meet.
This special lady from the International Branch, Irina Williams, was taught and brought into the Church 20 years ago by my Aunt Pauline and Uncle Joe. She and her husband are two of the faithful active members here and have contributed much to the growth here. Thank you, Aunt Pauline! I also love Irina!
President Sorenson reporting to work at the Mission Office.
And so the work of the Lord presses forward in this great land of Russia! We love it here and are grateful for the privlege to serve here at this historic time. Miracles in Moscow are going forth!