eleventh day of christmas: meaningful family traditions

Does your family have meaningful holiday traditions? We do, and they’re an important part of our happy memories during the holidays. They also strengthen our family unity and reflect the core and foundation of who we are and what we believe.

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In our family, the holidays just aren’t complete without a visit to see the lights at Temple Square. They are absolutely stunning, and it’s something we look forward to every year.

Not only is the light display beautiful, but there are free musical performances, a life size manger scene, and two free visitor centers where you can learn more about the history of the amazing Salt Lake Temple and the Tabernacle.
Even though the light display is gorgeous, Temple Square has a special feeling and more meaning to our family. As members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, we believe that through sacred ordinances in the temple, families can be together forever and not just for this lifetime.
So, for us a visit to see the Temple Square lights isn’t just about a fun holiday tradition. It represents what’s most important to us all–each other, our faith, and our eternal relationships. What are your most meaningful holiday traditions?

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