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Contact Information

Letter and Packages (USPS) (4 - 10 weeks)

Missionary Name
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Liberia Monrovia Mission
P.O.Box 1905
1000 Monrovia, 10 Liberia
WEST AFRICA


Courier Shipping -  DHL etc:

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Liberia Monrovia Mission
Coopers Compound
Behind Old Budget Bureau
Redemption Road
1000 MONROVIA, 10 LIBERIA
WEST AFRICA


Package Instructions:

  • Put "Missionary Supplies" for the content.
  • Package it well and not too tight.  If you cram it in, it will likely burst out before it gets here - the journey can be rough.
  • Missionaries love packages.  However, too many packages are distracting not only for your missionary but those they serve with.  Moderation in all things.


8 comments:

  1. A group has banded together to get a group rate with DHL.. more secure... less expensive and faster way to send packages to missionaries, gets there in 5 days or less rather than 3 to 5 weeks, no theft problems and cost as little as half normal DHL rates..., contact todd 801 901 0467 email toddh@globalmissionshipping.com they have a website but DHL has recently made changes that made it inoperable till they update it ... call todd for details and info... hope this is helpful.... Steve Conners elder Leland Conners Father

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    1. Hello. Our website at www.globalmissionshipping.com is now operable. Check it out as it will give you an instant quote. Todd is no longer with us but you can contact Jill who is happy to assist in any way. Her email is jillb@globalmissionshipping.com or cell phone at 702-285-4674. Thanks!

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  2. Ms Eszter Katona-Burgyan20 September 2013 at 05:03

    Dear Missionary,


    I am sorry to disturb you with my e-mail.

    My name is Eszter Katona-Burgyan and I live in County Veszprém, Hungary. I am a great fan of postcards and now I possess a huge collection from 130 countries.

    Besides, I would like to organize an exhibition of postcards in the local primary school in Pécsely in December – but for the time being I am still working on obtaining postcards from the most interesting countries and sites in the world in order to present various cultures detailed.

    Unfortunately, I don’t have any postcards of Liberia up until now.

    I don’t know whether there is any possibility for you to fulfil such a request. If there were any chance for it, I would greatly appreciate your help.

    My address is the following:

    Katona-Burgyán Eszter
    Pécsely
    Iskola u. 146/A
    8245
    HUNGARY


    Naturally, I can understand if you are not able to help me in this case and I thank you for having read my e-mail.



    Have a nice day and thank you for your possible reply in advance!

    Best regards,
    Eszter Katona-Burgyan






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  3. Dear Sister Eilene Heyseltine,

    I would like to inform you that I have received your amazing postcard of Liberia today!

    I really love it, they are really unique and artistique!

    I cannot express my gratitude for you.

    Thank you very very much, I greatly appreciate your contribution to my postcard exhibition!

    Have a wonderful day and God bless you!

    Best regards,
    Eszter Katona-Burgyan from Hungary

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  5. Hello,
    Our son Elder Marley Grant will be coming to Liberia tomorrow September 14th 2015. We are wondering if this blog will re-open along with the mission. Looking forward to pictures and correspondence from the group.

    Doug & Hilary Grant

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  6. I am Kente designer in Ghana and we make beautiful Kente woven by hand in traditional loom with quality fabrics

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