Philippines Angeles Mission
Free resources about the Philippines Angeles Mission:
- Mission address and phone number
- Mission map
- Video interviews with returned missionaries
- Missionary blogs
- Facebook groups
- LDS Mission t-shirts and gifts
- List of past mission presidents
- Cultural articles written by returned missionaries
- Survey with RMs
Philippines Angeles Mission Address
Here’s a recent address for the Angeles Mission. We try to keep this information up to date, but it’s a good idea to check the address with several sources, including your mission packet or the mission office.
Philippines Angeles Mission
F. Tanedo Street, Barangay San Nicolas
Tarlac City, Tarlac 2300
Phone Number: 63-45-491-0587
Mission President: President Scott B. Clark
Philippines Angeles Mission Map
Here’s a link to the mission map for the Philippines Angeles Mission (LDS). To access the official, up-to-date LDS.org map for the Angeles Mission:
Videos with Angeles RMs
Here are in-depth YouTube video interviews with returned missionaries from the Angeles Mission. We interview hundreds of returned missionaries each year, so check back regularly to see new RM interviews.
LDS-Friendly Videos about Philippines
Here are LDS-friendly educational videos about Philippines. We scoured YouTube to find the best quality videos about Philippines, that are free from inappropriate music, immodesty and profanity.
Philippines Angeles Missionary Blogs
Here’s a list of LDS missionary blogs for the Angeles Mission. This list includes the missionary’s name, URL and when their blog was updated.
Philippines Angeles Mission Groups
Here are Angeles Mission Groups- for LDS missionary moms, returned missionaries, mission presidents and other alumni of the Angeles Mission.
- Philippines Angeles Mission Alumni Group (593 members)
- Angeles Mission (reunion 2012) Group (301 members)
- Angeles Mission Reunion Facebook Group (198 members)
- Philippines Angeles Mission Facebook Group (184 members)
- Philippines Angeles Mission Facebook Group (183 members)
- Angeles Mission Reunion in 2014 Group (107 members)
- Martino Philippines Angeles Mission Group (92 members)
- Philippines Angeles Mission Facebook Group (77 members)
- Philippines Angeles Mission Facebook Group (67 members)
- Philippines Angeles Mission Facebook Group (30 members)
- Philippines Angeles Mission Moms (LDS) Group (6 members)
Philippines Angeles Mission T-Shirts
Here are T-shirts for the Philippines Angeles Mission!
Shirt designs include Angeles Mission logo/emblem shirts and Called to Serve shirts. The shirts make great gifts for pre-missionaries, returned missionaries and missionaries currently serving. LDS Mission shirts come in all sizes: Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large, up to 4XL. The mission designs are printed on white shirts and are shipped to you.
*Simply click on a shirt design to view the details and submit an order. The designs on mission t-shirts may also be printed on other LDS mission gifts, including: Angeles missionary aprons, Christmas stockings, ties, pillow cases, teddy bears and Christmas ornaments.
Recommended Mission Prep Books
Angeles Mission Presidents
- 2014-2017, Scott B. Clark
- 2011-2014, David C. Martino
- 2008-2011, Rudy Burt Puzey
- 2005-2008, Robert Jed Stringham
Philippines LDS Statistics (2015)
- Church Membership: 710,764
- Missions: 21
- Temples: 2
- Congregations: 1,181
- Family History Centers: 171
Helpful Articles about the Philippines
- Joseph Smith’s First Vision in Tagalog
- Headstart on LDS Vocabulary in Tagalog
- Cool Tagalog Words
- Why I Love Filipinos
- Modes of Transportation in the Philippines
- American Influence on the Philippines
- Spanish Influences on the Philippines
- Japanese Influence on the Philippines
- Things You Can and Cannot Buy in the Philippines
- Sari-Sari Stores in the Philippines
- Filipinos and Karaoke
- Beverages in the Philippines
- Restaurants in the Philippines
- Rice in the Philippines
- Spaghetti in the Philippines
- Common Condiments in the Philippines
- What is Ube?
Angeles Missionary Survey
Here are survey responses from Philippines Angeles RMs, to give you a snapshot into what it’s like to live in the mission.
When did you serve?
- December 2014 (Oddy)
- 2004-2006 (Clark)
- 2013-2015 (Jayden)
- March 2012-September 2013 (Madilene)
- 2003-2005 (Cody)
Which areas did you serve in?
What were some favorite foods?
- Siomai. (Oddy)
- Crispy Pata, Pork Adobo, Sigsig, Lechon Baboy. (Clark)
- Adobo. Halo halo. Caldareta. Jollibee spaghetti. Caramelised banana. (Jayden)
- Adobo and Nicol express. (Madilene)
- Chicken Curry. Opo. Kare Kare. Adobo. Ginataang Gabi. (Cody)
What was a funny experience?
- We reopened an area, teaching lessons with four Elders at a time, with two members present. (Oddy)
- Seeing my companion running back to the apartments trying to make it to the toilets, due to a stomach ache. But upon his arrival, the gate was closed and the other companionship had the only gate key. My poor companion really needing to go, attempted to climb the fence and stopped at the top of the fence, knowing that it was too late… this happened midday when everybody was around, seeing that we were on a busy street. (Clark)
- When I was trying to quote a scripture from 1 Nephi 3:7 instead of saying “I will go and do” I mixed up my Tagalog words and said “I am an animal and I will do”. The family we were teaching laughed at me but I continued to repeat the scripture 3 more times after that until they finally made me stop because they couldn’t stop laughing. (Jayden)
- When I fall to a canal. (Madilene)
- Pretending a Calabaw was chasing you and your greenie freaks out. (Cody)
What was a crazy experience?
- Teaching a guy, knowing that he was a member of a terrorist group. (Oddy)
- Crossing a river during a typhoon, on a little raft. Seeing that it was really rough, me and my companion fell in and the waters were really harsh. We made it to the other side safe, knowing that everything in my bag was drenched. As we got to our next appointment I wanted to share a scripture and saw that my bag was still very wet, but my scriptures which were in a case cover made from a cereal box ( yes a cereal box) was still dry and not damaged at all… (Clark)
- Well I was in my mission during 2 of the worst cyclones for a couple years so the wreckage caused by those was pretty crazy. Helping people put their roofs back on and living for 3 weeks without electricity was pretty crazy too. (Jayden)
- When a drunk man tries to Bible bash with us and wanted us to spend time just talking with him. So we just made an effort so he won’t feel bad but he never understand us. (Madilene)
- Tracting in a monsoon. (Cody)
What was a spiritual experience?
- Feeling that Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ and the Holy Ghost are present in your life. (Oddy)
- Casting out an evil spirit from a young teenage girl whose parents never spoke to the missionaries and spoke down to the church. Then seeing the power of the Priesthood, it showed them the power of God and that we weren’t bad guys after all. (Clark)
- Literally every day being able to find and teach someone new, especially when you got punted at all your planned appointments and the lord guides you to someone else who really needs to hear your message. (Jayden)
- When my companion and I ask for an answer with our prayer and instantly we got the answer. It was amazing. (Madilene)
- Being guided to the Labisas home and every moment with them. Most spiritual time on my mission. (Cody)
What are some interesting facts about the Angeles Mission?
- In our mission we didn’t just baptized people. but we rescued all types of people. (Oddy)
- That it’s the hardest two years in your life, but 100% the best two years in your life. (Clark)
- It’s where the finest serve. It has one specific language everyone needs to learn (Tagalog). However chances are you can pick up Ilocano or Capangpangan depending on where you’re assigned. It’s also one o the largest missions in terms of area in the Philippines. (Jayden)
- We are really exerting efforts to let them know that what we do is for the Lord and we make it a point to obey with exactness. (Madilene)
- At the time, it was the only landlocked mission. (Cody)
What was the weather like?
- It’s hot. (Oddy)
- There’s a hot season and a rainy season. And a couple of Typhoons. (Clark)
- Hot with a heavy chance of rain. (Jayden)
- Sunny and sometimes rainy. We even experienced a typhoon. (Madilene)
- Wonderful. Loved it. (Cody)
Any things you really like about the area/people?
- The place is very nice, because there’s a lot of mountain views, and the people were active in participating in missionary work. (Oddy)
- They are beautiful, humble, loving, easy to talk to and they have a very good sense of humor. (Clark)
- Kids really love what they have even if it isn’t much, everybody knows everybody, Tagalog is a beautiful language, seeing all the green rice fields as you ride in a trike with 5 other people is also an experience I don’t think I’ll ever forget. (Jayden)
- They are receptive of the gospel we share and they are very kind, honest and loving people. (Madilene)
- The kindness from everyone. The beauty of the areas. (Cody)
Any packing/clothing advice?
- Clothes and scriptures are all that you need and a lot of photos of your family at your apartment to remind you why you’re working so hard to return with honor. (Clark)
- If you’re a missionary…wear mesh garments…they let you breathe better, bring light clothes, don’t bother with coats or jackets you will never need them. (Jayden)
- Just bring what is told in the guide book. (Madilene)
- As a missionary? Follow the council of the instructions you get. As a tourist? Depends on the season. (Cody)
What blessings did you receive from serving a mission?
- Of course I strengthened my testimony about our Savior and His marvelous work. At the same time, I know that I’d become a blessing to others, helping them to be with their family for eternity. (Oddy)
- Learned a second language. Gained new family in my life. Experienced a lot of different life experiences. Learned to stand on my own two feet without my parents. (Clark)
- Literally too many to count but a new language, lifelong friends, helped others receive the gospel, new life skills like how to plan and cook, learned to be independent, be social with others and some of the principles you use as a companionship are still essential with my girlfriend eg inventory to communicate how we feel in our relationship. However, these are mainly temporal blessings, I also now have a firm and unshakable testimony which continues to grow every day and can feel the spirit guiding my life much better than ever. (Jayden)
- Spiritual and temporal blessings like: I am able to serve as a Young Women President in my ward and have my small business at the same time. (Madilene)
- More than I can count. Best one? Being a part of everyone’s lives that I was able to meet. (Cody)
What are some skills you gained?
- I gained social skills by talking to a complete strangers. I also learned more how to cook. (Oddy)
- Talking skills, people skills and teaching skills. (Clark)
- Speaking, building relationships with other people, and knowing that I can survive in any situation in life that the Lord gives me. (Madilene)
- New language. Teaching skills. Coaching skills. Being able to read people. (Cody)
What do you wish you knew/did at the beginning of your mission?
- I wish I were exactly obedient at the beginning of my mission. (Oddy)
- I wish I had a skinnier body so there’d be less stress on my knees and ankles. (Clark)
- How to cook, I wish I read my scriptures more and had a better understanding of the missionary lessons. It would have made learning the language and teaching so much easier. (Jayden)
- To show more of how I can help and to not be afraid of anything because as long as the Lord is with you, nothing is impossible. (Madilene)
- I wouldn’t change a thing. (Cody)
Any advice/testimony for pre-missionaries going to Angeles?
- Don’t focus on the numbers of people you are baptizing or converting. Remember you can go home with just one convert- You! And be an exactly obedient missionary. (Oddy)
- Love your companion in all your areas. Know everything about him, even though you may not agree or get along, get over it. Love him and work together. The miracles in your areas only work when there is harmony and happiness in your companionship. (Clark)
- Do it and you won’t regret it. You’ll find great happiness is serving others and ultimately the Lord. (Jayden)
- Just always speak from the heart. Always pray and read the scriptures. Be humble. Be patient and be full of charity. Obey with exactness. (Madilene)
- Listen. Learn the way Filipinos pronounce words, syllables, etc. learn as many words as possible. Mimic the way they sound. The more you sound like them, the easier the Spirit can influence what to say. (Cody)
What was a funny language mistake?
- My first companion was American and he thought that the word “bakla,” which means “gay,” was handsome, so he told one of our investigators. Hey, you’re so bakla! hahaha (Oddy)
- Telling a female investigator not to worry if she has no friends- that I’m her friend for sure- but the way I pronounced friend in Tagalog meant boyfriend, so she took it seriously and wanted this to go to the next level of marriage and I thought to myself, did I say the right thing?? (Clark)
- Don’t get the word for snails messed up…Awkward…I tried to say nanay these snails taste good…failed miserably. Look it up if your really want to know. (Jayden)
- Instead of saying” mahal kita” my companion told one of our less active sisters the word “mahal ko ka” that made us all laughed. (Madilene)