St. George Temple Visitors’ Center Creating New Missionary Exhibit

St. George, Utah – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has visitors’ centers throughout the world located near LDS temples or historic sites.  “Each visitors’ center is unique, but all of them highlight the commitment of Latter-day Saints to follow Jesus Christ. Other subjects include the purpose of life and the importance of families. These beliefs are communicated through displays, audiovisual presentations and interactive kiosks. There are also Church missionaries available at each center to answer questions. Visitors can spend as much or as little time as they would like at the center, depending on their schedules.” Visitors’ CentersThe Mormon News Room.

The Temple Visitors’ Center in St. George, Utah is very unique being the first LDS temple built in Utah by the pioneers with great sacrifice.
The Visitor’s Center is creating a new exhibit that is focused on Missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The Missionaries where a name tag when they represent the Church and once a young man or women completes their 18 months of 2 year mission, their name tags are normally kept in a keepsake box.
The St. George Visitors’ Center is collecting 1,500 missionary name tags for a new permanent display all about missionaries. They are looking for donations of all kinds of name tags (pocket, magnet or pin) can be used in the exhibit.
Mail your name tag to the Exhibits Building (430 W 400 N, Salt Lake City, UT 84103) no later than February 8, 2016.
*Note – DO NOT DELIVER OR MAIL NAME TAGS TO THE VISITORS’ CENTER. They are unable to return any name tags since the new exhibit will be up for an indefinite amount of time.

 

 

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