Youth Theme 2015

New 2015 Youth and Primary Themes and Resources Released

Mutual Theme 2015With the arrival of a new year, the Church has unveiled a multitude of powerful resources to help youth and leaders use the annual themes to their full potential.

Announced last September, the 2015 Mutual Theme is found in D&C 4:2: “O ye that embark in the service of God, see that ye serve him with all your heart, might, mind and strength that ye may stand blameless before God at the last day.” This past week, the official website for youth and their leaders was updated to reflect all of the new resources available. Included are posters, graphics for t-shirts, videos, and even a full album of music created specifically by a group of youth invited to share their testimonies through song.

Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson, General Young Women’s President, said, “Our youth have never lived in a time where there are so many ways to share their testimonies and experiences with others in the world. We think these wonderful resources reflect the goodness of our youth as well as their talent and creativity.”

Videos provided, such as the one below, include footage shot by youth as they set out to serve others. You can find all of the new resources at


The 2015 Primary Theme has also been released: I Know My Savior Lives. Resources for Sharing Time, including a manual, images, and music selections are available here.

Primary Theme 2015



If you’d like to see a great collection of products for Primary, Mutual, Relief Society, Priesthood, and Sunday School, click here!

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  1. I have been a member of the LDS Church since 1989, I was the daughter to a mother that brought me up in the lifestyle of the church but being born in 1936 there was not a church within 50miles of our home and in those days we lived on a farm and seemed we always stayed home as chores were a daily ordeal .
    When I was 14 my father passed away and as I was an only child ,my mother said we would move into the town
    and sell the farm as she had no one to help her and the farm was in debt . Wages were very low and no one to take over the farm so we moved to Medina ,N.Y. in 1952.
    THE CHURCH made a place to hold meetings in a Building in that town and the Bishop came nearly 125 miles to hold a Church Service I attended with my mother (who was a member of the LDS CHURCH since age 210

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