The Mormon Church is currently struggling to come up with a new way to wash garments worn by members.
The LDS Church has already launched a new service that it says will help members find ways to wash their garments, which has already garnered some praise.
The new service, called “Tithing,” is being offered by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or LDS.
The LDS Church announced on Monday that it will start offering Tithing, a new program that allows members to pay for “cleanings” of their garments.
Tithing can also be used to clean clothing in the church’s temples.
The service will cost $20 per person, and members who pay will be able to receive “free” clothing that they can use for up to 30 days.
The new service will be offered at LDS temples in Salt Lake City, Denver, and Los Angeles.
The first 100 people to pay $20 will receive a linen cloth, while the rest of the participants will receive an iron and wool cloth, which is more expensive.
Tithing will also allow members to order their own shirts, which will be washed at their own homes.
The shirts are supposed to be returned to the temple for use.
The Tithing service is part of a broader program called “LDS Clothing” that is designed to provide members with more ways to wear their religion’s clothing.
The program is being developed by the LDS Church’s Office of Church Finance and Communications.
IKEAC has reportedly been selling a “small number” of Mormon Temple garments to the public for “over $1 million”, but did not specify how many garments were sold.
According to The Huffington Post, IKEa has been selling “minimal” amounts of LDS temple garments for “less than a year”.
The company has previously advertised that they were producing garments for the LDS Church, and the Mormon Temple in Salt Lake City has been producing garments since 2013.
However, it is not known exactly how many Mormon Temple items were produced in total, or what the total number of garments in production is.
The company was not immediately available for comment.