Mormon church tithing refund hoax 2020: It is not true that Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days is refunding tithes paid by members.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints often informally known as the Mormon Church, has NOT directed that members be refunded of their three years of tithe.
This fake picture stating such emerged on social media and we have gotten word that this letter is FAKE and did not originate from the church.
In the FALSE picture, the church which is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States, is said to have directed that members who have been paying tithes since May 2017 be refunded to serve as help during this coronavirus pandemic.
Mormon church tithing refund hoax 2020
The letter read;
“The ongoing pandemic has created serious challenges for many members of Church, especially for those who suffered loss of employment and other financial setbacks due to economic problems. Our hearts go out to all members of the church during these trying times.
“The Lord has blessed his Church greatly during prior years of prosperity. We have felt impressed to consider what more the Lord would have us do to care for those in need.
“After much discussion, earnest pleading and heartfelt prayer to know the will of the Lord, we feel strongly that Lord’s storehouse should be opened for a season for the blessing of His saints.
“We are pleased to announce a general Tithing Refund Program to serve as a help in these difficult times. The Church will refund up to three years of tithing payment directly to members who have contributed in the past.”
This letter has been reported false and said to not originate from the church.