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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Jakarta 3rd Ward (English)
Jl. Dr. Saharjo No. 317B (map)
Tebet, Jakarta Selatan

Websites: www.churchofjesuschrist.org and www.lds.org
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6° 12’29.81” S, 106° 50’52.07” E

Contact persons

1. Missionaries:  (021) 0898-8708888, 0898-8718888

Mission Office:
Jl. Senopati No. 115
Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan
Tel. (021) 7279-0074
Fax (021) 724-3035
Email 2011948@ldschurch.org

Mission office hours:
Monday-Friday: 0900-1800;
Sunday: 0800-1400

Sunday Worship Meetings

10:00-11:00: Sacrament/general meeting
11:00-12:00: Adult and Youth Sunday School; Youth (ages 12-18); Primary and nursery (ages 18 months – 11 years).

The English-language congregation meets each Sunday from 0800-1100, followed by an Indonesian congregation for Bahasa speakers from 1000-1300. We welcome and encourage all visitors to attend. We also invite you to send any inquiries regarding the LDS Church to the email addresses listed above.

Youth activities are also held weekly on Thursday evening. Primary and youth are often involved in other weekly activties.

Membership in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

Membership in our congregation is open to all. Our congregation currently consists of approximately 110 members of various nationalities, including members from North America, Europe, Africa and Asia. The church has been active in Indonesia since 1970.

Activities of the Jakarta 3rd Ward

Our congregation holds a variety of periodically-scheduled social and service activities, including monthly daytime women’s social activities, weekly youth activities, and periodic men’s and primary/nursery activities. The congregation also holds special celebrations to commemorate important life events, including births, baptisms, and other momentous occasions. We also periodically organize service activities in the local community, including most recently collecting and distributing clothing for those in need, organizing blood drives, and providing moral and material support to victims of natural disasters.

The hurch also offers a variety of useful resources to help individuals conduct family history research, and a family history specialist is available to answer questions or provide input for any interested parties.

Last updated February 5, 2022