December 13, 2012

Time to Light Up the Mormon Temples

Kylie Lewis, Deseret News

During the holidays, LDS temples celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ with Christmas lights, Nativity scenes and festive events.

Listed here are some well-known temples and information on their Christmas displays. All events are free of charge and open to the public. Some events may require tickets, which are also free.

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