8 Amazing Christmas Light Displays Put on by the Church You Probably Didn't Know About

by | Dec. 12, 2016

FunMormon Life

If you're a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, chances are you've at least heard about the lights on Temple Square each Christmas season. Surrounding the glowing temple, trees light up in red, green, and orange, and Christmas cheer fills the cold winter air.

However, Temple Square isn't the only Christmas light display worth visiting. Check out these stunning pictures and videos from some of our favorite Church light displays you may not know about.

1. Washington D.C. Temple's Festival of Lights

Similar to the lights on Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah, the Washington D.C. Temple and visitors' center hold an annual Festival of Lights.

With a breathtakingly beautiful temple and a life-sized nativity, the Festival of Lights also includes musical performances and Christmas trees decorated to represent countries around the world.

Visit the Festival of Lights website to find out more information.

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