No. She intentionally keeps a very low profile, according to her wiki biography. It has this to say of her Mormon upbringing:
Adams was raised a Mormon in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints until her parents divorced in 1985 and left the church. She did not have strong religious beliefs, but has said that she valued her upbringing for teaching her love and compassion. After the breakup, Richard moved to Arizona and remarried, while the children remained with their mother. Kathryn subsequently became a semi-professional bodybuilder and took the children with her to the gym when she trained. Adams has compared her uninhibited early years with her siblings to Lord of the Flies. Describing herself as a "scrappy, tough kid", she has said she fought frequently with other children."
She was 11 when her parents divorced and left the church as a family. That ended that chapter of their lives.
From an interview after the Master film in an English newspaper:
-- I grew up a Mormon and that had more of an impact on my values than my beliefs.
I'm very afraid that I will feel the weight of a lie.
I'm very hard on myself anyway. Religious guilt carries over too. You can't really misbehave without feeling badly about it - at least I can't.
Even when I got out with friends, and we go overboard at bars or clubs, I wake up the next morning feeling a bit conflicted about having had too much fun... Religion can be a positive thing in people's lives. It provides a support system if you embrace it, despite all the controlling and guilting aspects of religion I grew to resent.