Hong Kong is home to Mormon congregations unlike just about all others in the global faith. They are full of female domestic workers, who hold virtually all of the positions in their branches, and services fall on days other than Sunday.

In the latest “Mormon Land,” Salt Lake Tribune senior religion reporter Peggy Fletcher Stack discusses this from Hong Kong with Aurelia Cacayorin, who goes by Ling Ling and once served as a Relief Society president in a worker branch.

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