A member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, sometimes called the "Mormons". Believes in the literal resurrection of Jesus Christ, Christ's visit to the Americas; Christ's visit to Joseph Smith; baptism by immersion; morality, truth and justice; avoids coffee, tea, drugs, alcohol and tobacco. The Church has a living Prophet, a spokesman for the Almighty who receives revelation from the Almighty. The Church also has 12 living Apostles who are special witnesses of Jesus Christ.
Latter-day Saints are good neighbors, clean-living, God fearing people who love the Lord Jesus Christ.
by Jay April 19, 2005
A bizarre cult founded by Joseph Smith in the 19th Century, based around a bunch of golden tablets. Their stronghold is Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

Also known as Mormons, after their bible, the Book of Mormon.
"They march, the Latter Day Saints
Salt Lake's sick residents
They want you to repent
The want your ten percent".

Fad Gadget - "Salt Lake City Sunday".
by OxygenBurglar November 5, 2009
A Church founded in 1830 by Joseph Smith, Jr., and often nicknamed "The Mormon Church". The Church is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, yet has followers worldwide.

Members follow the teaching of Joseph Smith, and believe in modern day Prophets and revelation. They believe in the Holy Bible and also in The Book of Mormon. The Church's Missionaries are one of it's most recognized traits, along with it's large temples topped with a golden angel. The Church is considered Christian by many as the members have a strong belief in Jesus Christ.
Mormons are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
by jakelow November 14, 2009
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also widely known as the "Mormon Church," or "LDS Church", is the largest denomination within the Latter Day Saint movement (Mormonism), a branch of Christian Restorationism. The Church is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
One of Christianit's fringe groups.
by R Thompson May 29, 2004
1. One of the largest donors to Proposition 8 in California, which effectively stripped same sexed couples of marriage equality. The LDS church explained their position as one protecting children, though unfounded as all mainstream health and psychological institutions share in an opposing position.
Proposition 8 was one of the most visible state propositions of the 2008 election cycle. It's passage was largely credited to he Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in addition to other conservative groups.
by LA Speedy January 27, 2009
A cult-like religion referenced as the main sect of Mormonism. Known for their rules and regulations and underlying homophobic and transphobic behavior.
Person 1: I'm fromThe Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Person 2: Sorry to hear that.
by JustTellingTheTruthHere June 13, 2019
The Reinstated Preferred name for Mormons as of October 2018.
Person 1: Hey... You're a Mormon!
Person 2: *Sigh* No... We are Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
by FungusHughMungus October 29, 2018