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LDS Missionaries in Laos Dance to Celebrate Water Handover Ceremony

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A video was posted by the United Latter-day Saints Facebook page this week showing a group of LDS missionaries dancing at a water handover ceremony in Laos. The event was held in conjunction with LDS Charities. In Laos, missionaries are restricted from wearing name tags in public and proselyting. Missionaries focus on doing service and working with the Church’s charity organizations instead. Those who are interested are allowed to go to church buildings to learn more.

Watch the full video below!

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