The group will meet with and minister to Latter-day Saints and community members, including government and religious leaders, according to the Church News.
Where will President Nelson visit during the tour? Here's a brief look:
Thursday, May 16: Kona, Hawaii, United States — Church leaders began the tour by talking to members at the Kona Hawaii Stake Center.
- How Samoa's prime minister is backing a Latter-day Saint effort to provide education in his nation
- Samoa preps field for 10,000 Latter-day Saints to hear President Nelson speak
- Church News: Protect your children, President Russell M. Nelson tells Samoans who waited to hear him speak on a rainy field
Tuesday, May 21: Auckland, New Zealand — Church leaders broadasted a meeting from Auckland to missionaries throughout the Pacific Area. Later in the day, there were proceedings from a larger devotional at Spark Arena that will be shared throughout New Zealand.
- President Nelson meets New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, says church will donate to mosques
- New Zealand mosque shooting: Gunshots shattered a day of prayer, but gave rise to interfaith resolve
- Video: President Nelson offers hope, healing to Muslims following Christchurch attacks
- Video: Fijian Latter-day Saints give an emotional farewell to President Nelson through song
- After meeting Tongan king and queen in royal palace, President Nelson is welcomed 'home' by Latter-day Saints
- 4,000 Fijian Latter-day Saints welcome President Nelson on fifth stop of Pacific Ministry Tour
- In Tonga, coconut trees, a saw and fishing nets provide a path for help and lead to self-reliance
Friday, May 24: Papeete, Tahiti — President Nelson, Sister Nelson, Elder Gong and Sister Gong will visit the cultural program that will celebrate the 175th anniversary of missionaries arriving in French Polynesia. There will be a devotional after the celebration.
- President Nelson concludes Pacific Ministry Tour with a warning: 'There's trouble ahead'
- Video: Latter-day Saints in the Pacific 'welcome home' President Nelson
- Boyd Matheson: 'The power of gathering' and how it relates to President Nelson's Pacific tour
- Facing epidemic of amputations and death, Pacific Islanders fighting diabetes