History

of Our Church

Beginnings

In the year 1820 several prominent churches in a New York community held revival meetings, at the end each minister of the different churches declared their church to be the right church and the other wrong. Among those who were greatly concerned with the conflicting claims of the many churches was Joseph Smith Jr., at the time 15 years old. Not know which church to join, Joseph turned to the scriptures and read the following, "If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that give the to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him." James 1:5 As Joseph read this scripture the Spirit of the Lord confirmed its truth. With this, Jospeh went to nearby wooded area and prayed for guidance as to which church to join. During this prayer a personage appeared to Joseph and told him not to join any church, for their creeds were wrong and they taught the doctrines and commandments of men. Jospeh was given many instructions, of which he would used as a tool to restore the gospel as it was in New Testamanent days. In 1830, the Church of Jesus Christ was restored to the Earth. 

In 1844, Joseph Smith was assinated leaving the church without a leader or prophet, as his son the true and chosen next prophet was only 12 at the time. In the next few years the church split into several separate denominations, including the LDS church led away by Brigham Young. Each denomination did change the restored gospel to level or another. It was in 1860 at an official conference when Joseph Smith III, was officially and divinely appointed successor, leader and prophet of the church. This set the church to rename the church the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, officially restoring the true gospel and separating from the LDS church.

During the 1980's the RLDS church begs to move away from the true gospel and doctrine set by God. It was at this time many separated from the RLDS branches and created churches that held true to the gospel and doctrines of the New Testiment days as set set by Jesus and restored by God. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed and ye shall know the truth, and thetruth shll make you free. John 8:31-32