Monday, February 1, 2016

18 Months Out, Transfer News - Going Back to Dalkeith

Heya everyone,

So I'm going DL (District Leader) of my district and going to be with Elder Roylance who replaced me in Dalkeith. 

Yea we have Area books that keep track of people we work with but they aren't always filled out by missionaries (because they don't understand the Atonement, haha District videos joke) so missionaries coming in are able to look back at whats been taught and who. 

Sometimes investigators get close to missionaries so they fall away once a new missionary or pair come in.

Love you all,

Elder Tarbet (Wolverine) 

Dumfries District
Elder Gullion, Elder Crowe, Elder Lampropoulos, Elder Tarbet, Elder Roylance and Elder Kinville (kneeling)
Taken before transfer



Images downloaded from Google Maps

The Church has a history with Dalkeith which dates back to 1851 when the first branch was organised in May of that year.  In1964 the branch had the beginnings of the Church in modern times when meetings were held in the old Labour Hall at the bottom of the High Street, and later in Woodburn Community Centre. 

The current building in Newbattle Road was opened in 1978, having been built with additional help from local members, both in terms of labour and financial contributions.  Some 10 years later, a large extension was added and the building now comprises of a Chapel, a large multi-purpose hall, a baptismal font, offices and several classrooms.  The extensive grounds, with ample car-parking facilities, also have a beautiful wood.  (Text download from

Dalkeith High Street - Google Images
Woodburn Community Centre -Google Maps

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