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1/17/2018 Getting Started

COME, FOLLOW ME

Aaronic Priesthood Young Women Youth Sunday School Melchizedek Priesthood Relief Society

Implementing Come, Follow Me


—For Melchizedek Priesthood
and Relief Society

Beginning in January 2018, Come, Follow Me—For Melchizedek


Priesthood and Relief Society will be used throughout the Church
and will bring changes to our Sunday meetings.

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Beginning in January 2018, Come, Follow Me—For Melchizedek


Priesthood and Relief Society will be used throughout the
Church and will bring changes to our Sunday meetings:

Our rst-Sunday meeting will be a time to counsel together


about our responsibilities, needs, and challenges as we do
the work of the Lord.

On second- through fourth-Sundays, instead of a new


Teachings of Presidents of the Church manual, we will focus on
teaching messages from the most recent general conference
and a topic selected by our general Church leaders.

To help leaders and members prepare for these changes,


units may review together the new resources in the Gospel
Library app, on lds.org at comefollowme.lds.org, and in the
conference issues of the Ensign and Liahona.

For example, they could:

Spend some time in an upcoming stake or ward council


looking over the resources together and discussing what
may be di erent (see reverse for suggested discussion
questions).

Invite ward councils to suggest topics for rst-Sunday


council meetings that will help meet the needs of the ward.
Priesthood and Relief Society leaders can decide when and
how their organization will address these needs.

Introduce and discuss the new resources during an


upcoming quorum, group, or Relief Society meeting. What
can each member do to be prepared for these changes?

Encourage priesthood and Relief Society teachers and


leaders to attend teacher council meetings to share and
discuss their experiences, challenges, and questions about
the new resources. 

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DISCUSSION GUIDE

Invite leaders and members to review Come, Follow Me—For


Melchizedek Priesthood and Relief Society in the Gospel Library
app or in the conference issue of the Ensign or Liahona.

1. What stands out to them?

2. What do they see that will lead to changes in our Sunday


meetings?

3. What questions do they have?

As you review with Church members and leaders, the


following principles and questions may help:

Principle: Counsel together about the Lord’s


work.
What is the di erence between a council meeting and a
lesson or class?

What bene ts will come as we counsel about topics that are


relevant to our members?

How can our council meetings lead to greater action? (For


ideas about the work the Lord would have us do, see
Handbook 2: Administering the Church, 7.1, 7.8.1, 9.1.1, 9.4.1.)

Principle: Learn from and act on messages


from general conference.

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How will high priests groups, elders quorums, and Relief


Societies be blessed by a greater focus on messages from
general conference?

What have we learned as we have worked with Come, Follow


Me for youth and Teaching in the Savior’s Way that can help
us?

What can members and leaders do to make this new


curriculum successful?

Members and leaders should continue to counsel with each


other and with the Lord as they seek to implement these
important changes.

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