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Curtis' Mission

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Institute Of Religion

"One more thing, I want to take Institue Classes when I get home, but I need someone to sign me up for them. If you can do it online at the WSU Institute that would be great. Ask Detrick what classes he is going to take and have him sign me up for the exact same ones. That would be the best, I would have someone I know in my classes. Could you please do that for me? Call D, he will help you out. Do it soon, who knows when the deadline is..."

Institutes of religion provide weekday religious instruction for single and married college students. Young single adults of the appropriate age (generally 18–30) are also welcome to attend. Institute of religion programs are established under the direction of priesthood leaders and CES when there are sufficient numbers of LDS college students.

In addition to religious instruction, institutes provide students with opportunities to grow spiritually through service, social interaction, and leadership training. Institutes also assist parents and priesthood leaders in encouraging youth to serve missions and marry in the temple.

A variety of classes are available in Old Testament, New Testament, Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, Pearl of Great Price, LDS history, family history, courtship and marriage, doctrines of the gospel, provident living, missionary preparation, and teachings of the living prophets.

In areas with large numbers of Latter-day Saint students, institute classes are held in Church-owned institute buildings near colleges or universities. In other areas, classes may meet in meetinghouses, in rented space, or in homes. There is no fee for institute enrollment. With appropriate approval, priesthood leaders and CES representatives may also organize institute classes in local Church units. Priesthood leaders should direct requests or questions to their CES representative.

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