If Thou Canst Believe, All Things Are Possible To Him That Believeth.

Greensboro North Carolina Stake

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

The Greensboro Stake is an organizationedl unit of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and comprises ten congregations that we call "Wards" and "Branches".

We follow the Savior by giving back to our community and serving others. We often work with other national and local orgnizations to render service to the community. If your church or non-profit organization wants to partner with us to help others in our community, please contact us today!  Together we can truly make a difference!

We serve the following areas:

Greensboro, Burlington, Caswell, Eden, Elon, North Carolina and Danville, Virginia.

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Stick to a task 'til it sticks to you...for beginners are many, but finishers few.
Thomas S. Monson

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The cause of most of man's unhappiness is sacrificing what he wants most for what he wants now.
Gordon B. Hinkley

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While Salvation is an indivicual matter, Exaltation is a Family matter.
Russell M. Nelson

Yea, Come Unto Christ, And Be Perfected In Him.

Stake News

Keep up with all the News happening in the Greensboro NC Stake.

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Tri-Stake Youth Dance

Posted: Saturday - May 20, 2023

Save the date for this fun opportunity!

Stakes: Greensboro - High Point - Winston-Salem

June 17th 2023
7:30pm - 10:00pm

High Point Stake Center
8934 W. Market Street Colfax, NC 27235

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Welfare and Self-Reliance Devotional With Dr. Ben Erwin

Posted: Monday - May 22, 2023

Sunday, June 11, 5 pm 

Dr. Ben Erwin, a program manager at Family Services Headquarters, will be our guest speaker. Brother Erwin’s specialties include marriage counseling, addictions, same-gender attraction, and adolescents. The primary focus of the devotional will be on helping those with addictive behaviors through the power of the Atonement of Jesus Christ.

Click here to register. https://churchofjesuschrist.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_i9Vl-VfJQJ-piSOb74o-_Q

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Whosoever Shall Receive One Of Such Children In My Name, Receiveth Me: And Whosever Shall Receive Me, Receiveth Not Me, But Him That Sent Me.

Stake Spotlights

Read about the activities of some of the members in the Greensboro NC Stake.

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Spotlight On JustServe

Summer Of Service Bucket Challenge Winner - Aimee Jenkins

Posted: Sunday - August 6, 2023

And the winner is . . . Sister Aimee Jenkins of the Danville Ward! For the Summer of Service Bucket Challenge, Sis. Jenkins turned in six service projects she and her family completed.

Her husband is Scott Jenkins, and their 8-year-old daughter is Isabelle. Between them the couple has seven children, three daughters-in-law, and three grandchildren.

They found service to do everywhere, from JustServe to their family to ideas and needs from Sis. Jenkins’s work. Their service including mowing the lawn of a family who was out of town, a collection of dorm supplies for a foster child, treats for their mail carrier, helping a single mom with car troubles, a donation to the local food bank, and their daughter cooking a meal for their family.

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Spotlight On Danville Ward

Elder And Sister Wiley

Posted: Sunday - August 6, 2023

On this Missionary Monday, let’s drop in on Mark and Eileen Wiley of Keeling, Virginia, the first senior missionaries to serve from the Danville Virginia Ward.

They are finding their mission rewarding and fun.

The couple entered the Provo MTC on February 27 and are serving in the New Mexico Albuquerque Mission in the Santa Fe area.

The Wileys are assigned to the Santa Fe Stake, which consists of six wards and four branches. They were asked to spend most of their efforts working with the Las Vegas New Mexico Branch, which is small, and takes an hour drive to reach.

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Spotlight On Burlington Ward

Getting To Know Bishop Brandon Stanford

Posted: Sunday - August 6, 2023

Last but not least, we're going to learn more about our newest bishop, Bishop Brandon Stanford of the Burlington Ward. 

How did you find Jesus in your life?

I was eleven years old and bored in Sacrament Meeting. So I read the Joseph Smith account and it changed my life. I have never doubted after that. That doesn't mean my testimony is complete. For instance, I have worked for years to develop a greater testimony of the Savior, the Living Christ. And even though I have felt the healing of repentance in my life I wanted to strengthen my faith of Him specifically - and it's taken some time. But this last year it's become more complete and I can feel the Spirit confirming that He truly lives. The scripture states "Lord, I believe; help thou mine unbelief.” Testimonies take time, and won't always feel complete. Don't worry. Don't give up. Just keep at it. I'm glad I do.

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Spotlight On Piedmont Branch (Spanish)

Getting To Know President Gabe San Martin

Posted: Sunday - August 6, 2023

Today we're going to meet a fairly new member of our stake, and the branch president of the Piedmont Branch, President Gabe San Martin. We're grateful his family moved here!

How did you find Jesus in your life?

I can't remember a time of my life when I didn't believe in the existence of God and Jesus Christ. Growing up, my family and I attended many different churches, until we found the missionaries in the winter of 2004. We had just moved from Chile to New York City for a second time. The lesson on the plan of salvation had a big impact on me. It answered some of the questions that up to that point in my life, I had no answers to. I was baptized in March of 2005 at the age of 16. I was baptized knowing that what I was learning was what had made the most sense to me up to that point. I knew the Church and what it represented was good. My testimony of the Book of Mormon and all the other knowledge and certainty that comes with it didn't come to me until about a year later. It came to me one night as I was reading the Book of Mormon before going to bed. From that moment on, I have known that this is the Church of Jesus Christ restored through the prophet Joseph Smith. That knowledge changed things for me, soon thereafter I found a true desire to serve a mission. I served in the Pocatello Idaho Mission and the deepening of my testimony during that time has served as the foundation for the rest of my life.

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Spotlight On Missionaries

Elder Logan Savage Returns From Honduras

Posted: Sunday - August 6, 2023

Elder Logan Savage, son of Nathan and Hillary Savage of the Summit Ward, has returned from his mission to Honduras! He and his brother James spoke in the Summit Ward sacrament meeting yesterday....powerful talks from both! Here's a recap and some welcome home pictures. Welll done, Elder Savage!

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Be Of Good Cheer; It Is I; Be Not Afraid.

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