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Month of Dec: Deseret Book Stores
Mini Concerts and Author/Artist signings at select Deseret Book Stores View Event >
Month of Dec.: Temple Square
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Nov. 28 - Dec. 22: Temple Square
Family History Library Celebrates Holiday Traditions from Around the World View Event > Dec. 1-23: San Diego, CA
San Diego Temple Christmas Musical Festival View Event >
Dec 22-24: Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada Live Nativity Pageant View Event >
Dec 30: Temple Square, UT First Night Activities on Temple Square View Event >
Dec 31: Broadcast New Year's Eve Youth Fireside View Event > 2007: Select Cities in U.S and Canada
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Church to Launch New Web Site
SALT LAKE CITY The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be launching a new-look Newsroom Web site this coming week. The present site, developed a year or so before the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, contains feature and reference material written in part for the hundreds of journalists who then flocked to Salt Lake City looking for human interest stories.
SALT LAKE CITY President Gordon B. Hinckley, leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, presided today at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple. His counselors in the First Presidency, President Thomas S. Monson and President James E. Faust, also participated. Elder Russell M. Nelson of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles conducted the service.
At Christmastime and throughout the year, giving is central to the gospel. McClain Bybee, managing director of LDS Philanthropies, writes a few words on the blessings of giving. He believes that expressing charity by helping to bear one another's burdens fulfills a baptismal covenant, and that in demonstrating charity we jointly keep the two great commandments (see Matthew 22: 37-40). To have charity is to love Christ and to love others as He does. "Love one another; as I have loved you," the Savior commanded (John 13:34). Click here to read the entire story
Yule performers stay flexible
When performers take the stage tonight at the Conference Center for their final Christmas Concert dress rehearsal, it will be only the second chance the program's young dancers have had to match their routines to the live music of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Orchestra at Temple Square.
Finally, LDS neckties have arrived that you can be proud to wear. These designer ties are hand made of 100% woven silk with a thick lining that ties the perfect knot every time. Each tie is embroidered with an Angel Moroni on the front, making the ties recognizably LDS, but subtle enough to be worn in the office, church meetings and the mission. Makes the perfect gift for professionals, missionaries and everyone who enjoys quality neck wear.
"We declare to the world that Jesus is the Christ. We abhor the doctrine that He is a myth or a creation of conspiring men in the world. We denounce the idea that He was just a great teacher. We testify of the divinity of Jesus of Nazareth, that He is the Son of God, the Savior of the world." L. Tom Perry
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