Members of Denver Snuffer’s Remnant movement meet in a Sandy, Utah home Aug. 13 to sing hymns and take sacrament. Scott Fisher, center, blesses the sacrament while Ken Jensen, left, and Taylor Child, right, look upward. Many in the movement believe that the LDS Church has strayed from its origins from Joseph Smith and reject the present structure and authority and believe anyone can receive revelations.
Members of Denver Snuffer’s Remnant movement meet in a Sandy, Utah home Aug. 13 to sing hymns and take sacrament. Scott Fisher, center, blesses the sacrament while Ken Jensen, left, and Taylor Child, right, look upward. Many in the movement believe that the LDS Church has strayed from its origins from Joseph Smith and reject the present structure and authority and believe anyone can receive revelations. Al Hartmann Salt Lake Tribune
Members of Denver Snuffer’s Remnant movement meet in a Sandy, Utah home Aug. 13 to sing hymns and take sacrament. Scott Fisher, center, blesses the sacrament while Ken Jensen, left, and Taylor Child, right, look upward. Many in the movement believe that the LDS Church has strayed from its origins from Joseph Smith and reject the present structure and authority and believe anyone can receive revelations. Al Hartmann Salt Lake Tribune

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