Saturday, March 28, 2009
April 1-2, and 7-11 at 8:00PM
April 3-4 at 8:00 PM
April 1-4 at 8:00 PM
There will also be a public dress rehearsal on March 31, English is at 7:00PM and Spanish is at 8:30 PM.
North lawn of the Mesa Arizona Temple Visitors' Center
525 East Main Street, Mesa, Arizona
Click here to be redirected to the Mesa Arizona Easter Pageant- Jesus The Christ website.
Friday, January 23, 2009
Although this temple has yet to be built, it was the first temple commanded to be built in this dispensation.
This temple lot, located in Jackson County, Missouri, is the location of Adam-ondi-Aham, as revealed to the Prophet Joesph Smith. This temple site was dedicated in August, 1831, by Joseph Smith.
Due to persecution, the Latter-day Saints had to flee the area. Most of the property is now owned by the Community of Christ Church.
Thursday, January 22, 2009
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
This year the Manti Pageant will be held June 18th -20th, & 23rd -27th, 2009 at 9:30PM on the Manti Temple grounds.
For Pageant information please call (435) 835-3000, or (866) 961-9040, or email @ email@example.com, or you may want to go to the website, http://www.mormonmiracle.org
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
The Saint George Temple is the oldest operating temple in Utah. It is also has the most sealing rooms in all of the temples; however, not all are currently active. This also is the first temple that performed endowments by proxy.
The temple site was locating on swampy ground, so the pioneers loaded the ground with volcanic rock from an old Mexican War cannon. This relic is on display in the visitors' center.
While in the Saint George temple, the Founding Fathers of the United States of America appeared twice to Wilford Woodruff, asking why their work had not yet been performed.
Sunday, January 18, 2009
It was the fourth temple built, even though the pioneers started first on its construction. The construction of the magnificent building took 40 years to build. While the Salt Lake Temple was being built, the Saint George, Utah Temple, the Logan, Utah Temple, and the Manti, Utah Temple were all started and completed.