The Mormons are Coming, a documentary on religion and ethics slate that will provide a profile of the sole Mormon training facility in Europe, is coming on BBC.
The film’s working title, The Mormons are Coming, will follow three young missionaries as they arrive at the Chorley, Lancashire, center that trains missionaries from the US, EU, and AU for service in the UK. Most 18–25-year-olds spend three months training and working in the field, confronting the reality of missionary life as they get ready to spend up to two years away from home.
Peggy Pictures’ documentary was one of three TV shows unveiled on the BBC’s religion and ethics slate alongside Humza Arshad – Finding Forgiveness [working title] and My Life at Christmas with Sally Phillips.
“The appetite for content about faith and beliefs is as strong as ever,” said BBC Head of Religion & Ethics, Television, Daisy Scalchi. “These programs can offer us a unique perspective on some of life’s big questions, provide support and comfort during challenging times and bring us together in celebration for important moments like Advent and Christmas.”
About The Mormons are Coming TV Show
The Mormons are Coming [working title] will follow three young missionaries as they arrive at the center in Chorley, Lancashire, which prepares missionaries from the U.S., Europe and Australia for work in the UK.
The mostly 18-25-year-olds spend three months of training and work in the field, facing up to the realities of missionary life as they prepare for being away from home for up to two years.Keep track of the cancel/renew status of all your favorite shows. Check out and bookmark our TV shows cancelled in 2019-20 season and TV shows renewed for 2020-21 season lists.