Hunter Lake Ward


Member Spotlights

Penelope Keele
Kirstyn Kennedy 

Ward Emergency Plan


Missionary Moments


Administering Sacrament at Home

If you would like a Home Sacrament Kit  or additional supplies to use when administering the Sacrament please contact Bishop Hunsaker or President Childs. 


The Power of Temple and Family History Work

Brothers & Sisters,

Estimates state that more than 1 billion people have ever lived on the earth. All will eventually be given the chance to learn about and accept the Atonement of Jesus Christ and the Plan of Salvation. All must at some time be baptized, confirmed and make additional sacred covenants in the Temple. That will require an intentional effort for the living (us) to build temples and populate them with worthy and willing members of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day Saints who will help minister on both sides of the veil. This glorious effort begins with Family History work. 

While there are many burdens as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic is has also been called the “Great Pause”. A time to pause from what typically takes up our time to focus more on what matters most. Now is the time for the world to ask more sincerely who am I and what is my purpose? Now is the time to invest in what matters most in this life and in the life to come.

My challenge to the Hunter Lake Ward is that we take time to focus on our Family on both sides of the veil. 

I am sharing this video and challenge with you to invite you to focus a portion of your time during this “Great Pause” towards Family History efforts. May we as a ward prepare names now so that when the temples open back up we will be prepared to flood them with the names of ancestors who have been waiting for their turn to make Sacred Covenants with God in the House of the Lord. 

We love you and know the Lord will bless you in your every effort to further His work and Hear Him as you participate in Family and Temple history work. 

Hunter Lake Ward Bishopric 

Temples