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Connecting and reconnecting the LDS community online!


LDS LinkUp is a new kind of online LDS community where church members can search for, meet, and communicate with other church members through their friends and friends of friends.  You can use LDS LinkUp to:

  • Reconnect with old friends from your hometown, school, or mission

  • Keep in touch with your LDS friends around the world

  • Meet church members from different wards through friends of friends

  • Meet a date or a match

  • Make new business connections

  • Help your friends meet new people

How does LDS LinkUp work?

LDS LinkUp makes it easy for you to expand your LDS network by connecting you through your friends to friends of friends of friends. You can use your network to find old friends you've lost track of, find someone to go cycling with, meet a match, or make a business connection.  By joining the network, you also help your friends who want to be better connected.


How do I use LDS LinkUp?

Create a short profile about yourself, then invite your friends. You can view your friends' profiles, then click through to see their friends' profiles, etc. You can also easily search your network for people who share your hometown, school, mission, interests, or who live nearby.  You can use your Friends Board to keep in touch with your friends. 


Is LDS LinkUp only for dating?

Not at all. LDS LinkUp is a great way to meet new people for fun or business or to keep in touch with friends. Meet church members from other wards.  Track down old college buddies or mission companions. Find members in your area who snowboard. Whether you're looking for romance or not, LDS LinkUp is an easy and fun way to make better use of your LDS network.


Should I join LDS LinkUp if I'm not single?

Absolutely.  LDS LinkUp is a great way for married couples to meet other LDS couples in their area and to keep in touch with their friends.  LDS LinkUp is also a fun way for married people to help their single friends by plugging them in to the LDS network.


How is LDS LinkUp different from online dating sites?

LDS LinkUp is not just about dating.  It's about meeting other LDS church members who share something in common - a friend, an interest, a mission.  LDS LinkUp connects its members to a whole different group of people from online dating sites   


How big can my network get?

It depends on how many people you and your friends invite, but your network can grow shockingly fast.  Our aim is to connect the whole LDS community!  Check out our Growth Calculator to see just how fast your network can grow.


Is every LDS LinkUp member an LDS church member?

Not necessarily.  While LDS LinkUp focuses on helping LDS Church members expand and use their LDS networks, LDS LinkUp does not exclude others from membership.  And while the overwhelming majority of LDS LinkUp members say that they are members of the LDS Church, LDS LinkUp has no way to verify that they really are.  Members should use commonsense caution on LDS LinkUp or any online community.


Is LDS LinkUp affiliated with the LDS Church?

No.  Although LDS LinkUp seeks to be a valuable resource for the LDS community and to support LDS standards, it has no official affiliation with or endorsement from the LDS Church.


How much does LDS LinkUp cost to use?

During our initial "beta" period, all core services are free! You can post profiles and photos, search for old friends or people who share an interest, and communicate via email and discussion boards at no charge. Even after the beta period, basic membership (and most LDS LinkUp activities) will be free.

We are currently offering a package of "extra" services, including chat, instant messaging, extra profile photos, and photo albums, that is available for a modest monthly subscription fee.



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