Web Address: missionaryrecommendations.churchofjesuschrist.org
How to Login: Use your Church Account
Permission: Access granted by your bishop
Mission papers can be filled out with the physical paper application forms, but in many parts of the world, young people, bishops, and stake leaders complete the mission papers online. The Church calls this online mission papers website the Missionary Online Recommendation System and it can be accessed at missionaryrecommendations.churchofjesuschrist.org. The online process is similar to the offline process in most respects except that the information is put in the internet-based system rather than the paper mission application form.
In order to log in and get started with the online mission application, a prospective missionary needs to have a Church Account. A Church Account is the username and password you use to access personalized tools on ChurchOfJesusChrist.org such as your ward and stake calendar and directory. If you don’t have one, go here to register for an Church Account. You will need to know your membership number, which you can get from your ward clerk, to complete the process of getting an account.
When you are ready to begin the process of getting your mission call, talk to your bishop and he will enable you to access the online mission recommendation system. Even if you have a Church Account, if your bishop hasn’t granted you access, you cannot get into the Missionary Online Recommendation System.
Once you’re in the missionary application website, you’ll be able to fill in all the forms electronically. Your bishop and stake president will also fill in their parts of the application form through the website and ultimate the stake will use this system to send your mission application to Church headquarters. You will use this same online system to track the progress and status of your mission call, i.e. when the call has been issued and your mission call letter sent out, etc.
Good luck. Let me know if you have any questions. And God bless you in your mission preparation.