Welcome to SLC-SA.ORG
Welcome to Salt Lake City Single Adults, a website dedicated to serving LDS single adults 31 and over. This site is sponsored by the Holladay Region Single Adult Council of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Click here to read a welcome letter from the SLC-SA leadership.
We invite you to attend our firesides and activities. If you are not already on our email list, click here to sign up for the monthly newsletter so we can keep you informed of upcoming activities. Check back here frequently for updates.
Quote of the Month
"One of the greatest sins, both in magnitude and extent... is the sin of ingratitude. When we violate a commandment, no matter how small and insignificant we may think it to be, we show our ingratitude to our Redeemer. It is impossible for us to comprehend the extent of his suffering when he carried the burden of the sins of the whole world.... If we really understood and could feel even to a small degree, the love and gracious willingness on the part of Jesus Christ to suffer for our sins we would be willing to repent of all our transgressions and serve him." - Joseph Fielding Smith
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PLEASE NOTE A RECENT FIRESIDE ADDITION TO THE NOVEMBER NEWSLETTER:
SUNDAY, 30th: Single Adult Fireside with Octappella
Four critically praised CDs, Utah Best of State Vocal Group award.
Held at 1250 W. Atherton Drive (4375 South) in Taylorsville. 7:00 p.m.
The Wasatch Fault & Emergency Prep
"The 240-mile long Wasatch Fault has the dubious distinction of being one of the longest and most active 'normal' faults in the world."
-Utah Geologic Survey
" . . . if ye are prepared ye shall not fear." (D&C 38:30)
We live in earthquake country and it is always a good idea to be prepared. Single adults face some unique situations and challenges with emergency preparedness, so we've decided to offer a monthly Emergency Preparedness Tip for Singles here on our website (look under the Resources tab at the top of the page ). Hopefully this can be a resource for you as you personally prepare for possible future earthquake risks and other potential natural disasters.
-The Holladay Region Single Adult Council