We have just uploaded 700+ new trek photo’s for you all to see. To simplify the browsing we have created 3 photo galleries for you. Each Gallery is password protected with the same password as before. If you do not remember the password or never knew it, please talk with a member of your Ward/Branch YM/YW presidencies to receive the password. Additionally you can email Info@MemphisNorthtrek.com to request access. Please include your name and what Ward/Branch you are with.
Hello! Trek photo’s have been posted to the site. Access is password protected. Please talk with a member of your Ward/Branch YM/YW presidencies to receive the password. Additionally you can email Info@MemphisNorthtrek.com to request access. Please include your name and what Ward/Branch you are with
We have created an interactive page that will help you with directions to trek. Additionally you have a link to download a directions page.
ATTENTION ALL YOUTH AND PARENTS!
New Packing lists for both Young Women and Young Men have been post under the “How to Prepare” section of the website. Use the below link to be take to the lists.
Howdy Youth! Please take some time to watch and learn the Virginia Reel!
“We cannot begin to understand the journeys made by those who laid the foundation of this dispensation until we understand their spiritual underpinnings. Once we make that connection, however, we will begin to see how their journeys parallel our own. There are lessons for us in every footstep they took—lessons of love, courage, commitment, devotion, endurance, and, most of all, faith.
We are the inheritors of a tremendous heritage. Now it is our privilege and responsibility to be part of the Restoration’s continuing drama, and there are great and heroic stories of faith to be written in our day. It will require every bit of our strength, wisdom, and energy to overcome the obstacles that will confront us. But even that will not be enough. We will learn, as did our pioneer ancestors, that it is only in faith—real faith, whole-souled, tested and tried—that we will find safety and confidence as we walk our own perilous pathways through life.
We are all bound together—19th- and 20th-century pioneers and more—in our great journey to follow the Lord Jesus Christ and to allow His atoning sacrifice to work its miracle in our lives. While we all can appreciate the footsteps of faith walked by Joseph Smith and his followers from Palmyra to Carthage Jail and across the Great Plains, we should ever stand in reverential awe as we contemplate the path trod by the Master. His faithful footsteps to Gethsemane and to Calvary rescued all of us and opened the way for us to return to our heavenly home.”
M. Russell Ballard, April 1997 General Conference