- This alumni site has no legal relation to The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints or its associated entities.
- The Austria Vienna Mission is now a part of the Germany Munich Mission.
(As of July 2001.) The new mission is called the Germany Munich/Austria Mission. For more
details, see the Church News
article written by Shaun D. Stahle (an Austrian alumni). If you want to remember the
Vienna mission home, you will find photos of
Fürfangasse 4 in the history section.
- A current LDS movie, "Baptists at Our Barbeque" (started Oct. 8th), has a
couple of Austrian connections. Check out their website to see what they are:
- As some of you may have noticed, I've not been keeping up with the
website as well as I did in the past. This website was my "baby" for five years, but
suddenly in our late 30's, my husband and I have been blessed with a couple of the real
thing. I have had a couple of volunteers to take it over, so watch for a change of
address to be posted here. I'll continue to try to keep up with changes in the meantime,
but most of you won't get a personal return email. I'll just post your updates.
|Upcoming Mission Reunions
May, - Sunday, 8 May, 2005
A Dance, a special conference with L. Tom Perry presiding, city activities,
another conference where attending former Mission Presidents will speak, etc.
Occasion: 25th anniversary of the Vienna Stake; 50th anniversary of State
recognition for the Church; and 50 Jahre Staatsvertrag of all Austria.
here to see the email describing the event.