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18. Salt Lake Temple

The Salt Lake Temple, viewed from the northeast. A few days after the first pioneer company of Latter-day Saints entered the Salt Lake Valley, President Brigham Young struck the ground with his walking stick and proclaimed, “Here we will build the temple of our God.” Ground was broken on February 14, 1853. On April 6, 1853, the cornerstones were laid. The temple was completed and dedicated 40 years later on April 6, 1893. The First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles meet here…

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I have only a faint recollection of the first time I went to the temple. I really had no idea why I was going and what it was going to do for me. I guess I should have paid better attention in temple prep class…but honestly, I can’t remember that class either. All I know is that a bunch of old guys told me I needed to go before I left on my mission…so I went.

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Downloadable, printable coloring page art of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Feather River temple. Perfect to print and paint for Primary acitivty days, Young Men and Young Women’s mutual actitvities, or Relief Society ward or stake activities.
I had to show you all the nativity sets from many countries. The display was at the Washington, D.C. Mormon Temple’s visitor center. They had a Festival of Lights free to the public.