The Mormon Miracle Pageant

by | Jun. 09, 2014

News from Utah

Since 1967, small crowds have gathered near the Manti Utah Temple to watch some of the most iconic Mormon stories come to life. 

What quickly became known as the Mormon Miracle Pageant now takes place on the beautiful hillside of the third temple in Utah. With a cast of over 800 people, you can watch "some of the most compelling and dramatic scenes from ancient American history." From Captain Moroni to Joseph Smith, the pageant covers a range of stories familiar to Mormons, through the eyes of a ficitional investigator couple, Robert and Mary Henshaw.

The pageant has undergone some improvements over the last several years, including new sets and costumes.

The event is free and this year begins at 9:30 p.m. every night from June 19-28, except for Sunday, June 22 and Monday, June 23. This is a great opportunity to share some gospel stories with the family, or do a little bit of missionary work! For more information, visit the pageant's website at mormonmiracle.org, or click here for more interesting background about this popular pageant!

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