The same way people who wear underwear all the time do, they take them off. Yes, Mormons do it too.
Although some have been known to attempt to do so while wearing garments, I believe it is not the mainstream practice.
There are times when the more 'proper' thing to do is to remove the garment temporarily, such as in showering, swimming and competing athletically in public, etc.
If you mean the white garments it is because white is the purest colour and so we wear it when we are being baptised or are going to the temple. :) Another answer: The garments (the underclothes) that worthy members of the LDS (Mormon) Church wear do so as a reminder of special sacred covenants they have made between them and God in an LDS Temple. The covenants are not secret, but sacred covenants that are talked about primarily in the Bible.
The garment is a reminder of the covenents (promises) made to God in the Temple. Prerequisites for going to the temple to make these covenents are to be an adult, member of the church for at least a year, and to be recomneded by your bishop (which is the pastor of the congregation) as one who has is living a virtuous life.
Mormons wear special priesthood garments under their clothing day and night. It might upset a faithful Mormon if this clothing was treated disrespectfully in any way. If it had to be removed with scissors, that would not be a problem, but if it were held up to be scrutinized because it seemed odd or unusual, that would be very rude and insensitive. It would not be rude to ask questions about the garment, but it would be rude to make fun of it.Mormons have no religious objection to blood transfusions.
Devout adult members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) who have participated in certain ceremonies in the Temple are obligated to wear a special underwear (the temple garment). This underwear is worn for several reasons: 1), It is meant to remind them of covenants and promises they made with God as a part of the ceremony. 2), It is promised to be a 'shield and protection', both spiritually and physically, to them if they obey God. 3), Mormons have an all-lay clergy, and this garment serves as a way to distinguish them as servants of God, much like a priest or pastor in another Christian faith might wear a special robe or collar. 4), It promotes modesty and conservative dress. 5), In the Old Testament of the Bible, Aaron and the priests are annointed in the Temple and given white linen garments to wear. Mormons believe that they are continuing this practice.
Adult members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) are encouraged to participate in a sacred ceremony in the temple called the 'Endowment'. During the endowment, special covenants and promises are made with God, and a sacred undergarment (usually called 'garments' or 'temple garments') is given to the participant. The garment is meant to be worn from then on under the clothing at all times (or whenever you would wear regular underwear) as a symbol and reminder of the commitments made during the ceremony. The clergy of many faiths wear special clothing to symbolize their leadership and authority. Since Mormons have a lay clergy and share preaching responsibilities, the garment also serves as a sort of 'priests robe' - a symbol of their worthiness and authority to preach and teach within the congregation. The garment is white and covers the thighs, body, and shoulders. Mormons believe that the garment and the ceremony in which it is recieved is based on several verses in the Old Testament, including Exodus 28:42, Leviticus 16:4, and Exodus 39:28.
The Mormons contributed to America because they believe that America is a special nation and that God was involved in its founding. In the Book of Mormon, the American continent is described as the 'Promised Land', the place where Zion will be established. The Doctrine and Covenants of the Church says that the constitution of the United States was established by God and that the Founding Fathers recieved inspiration from Him. (section 101:80) For these reasons, Mormons (at least American Mormons) love America and strive to serve their country.
Adult members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" church) who have participated in certain temple ceremonies are obligated to wear a special undergarment called the "Temple Garment" as a symbol and reminder of the covenants or promises they have made with God as a part of the ceremony. These ceremonies are encouraged, but not required, for adult Mormons. (Those serving as missionaries or in priesthood leadership positions are usually required to have participated except in circumstances where traveling to a temple would be a significant financial burden.)If you'd like to learn more about the Mormon "Temple Garment" underwear or see what they look like, visit this link: Mormon Temple Garments
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