Mormon Church headquarters
Mormon Church headquarters are located in Salt Lake City, Utah (SLC,UT). Twice each year leaders of the Mormon church instruct members in General Conference.
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Church Office Base Jump
Incredible leaked footage of a series of base jumps off the Church Office building in Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City, Utah
Recorded May 31, 2019
Day #8 of my five week road trip brings me to Salt Lake City, Utah. This video includes...
00:00 Approach town on Interstate 80
01:43 Drive through downtown on State Street
04:12 Joseph Smith Memorial Building
04:59 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Office Building
05:48 26th floor observation deck
07:12 Temple Square
12:58 Utah State Capitol Building
20:18 World's first KFC restaurant
28:57 The Great Salt Lake
31:33 Hyatt Place Hotel Farmington
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Orem, UT Center Street Office Building
My wife and I have lived here in Orem, UT since May of 2009. I have always been interested in visiting abandoned buildings and video taping and/or photographing them, yet I never knew where to find the permission (if at all any) to enter these structures.
When we first moved here, we lived off of 800 East, just a little north of Center Street in Orem. I remember driving by this building and noticed it looked...abandoned. Like, the building LOOKED clean, but the parking lot and flowerbeds looked otherwise. Plus, I never saw cars parked.
Anyways, if any of you Orem, UT residents know how to get legal permission to enter the premises, that would be great. With how fast Orem is growing, and judging by it's location, I doubt anything will open there soon. Thanks in advance!
Brigham Young's Office, The Lion House, The Beehive House and Administration Building
A cluster of historic sites all together here at Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah
--- Brigham Young’s Office ---
Erected about 1852, used as the executive offices of the Territory of Utah until 1855, headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from the time it was finished until 1917, when the new Church Office Building was completed.
For a short time it was also the Church Tithing Office. Many distinguished persons have been entertained here.
--- The Lion House ---
Built by President Brigham Young and used by him as a residence from about 1855 until his death in 1877. On the lower floor were the dining room and kitchens. On the next floor were the living rooms and large parlor; and on the top floor were the bedrooms.
It was in this house that President Young died. Later the building was used for school purposes and as a social center for women and girls. The lion is a replica of one that occupied a similar position on a prominent home in Vermont, the State where President Young was born and spent his youth.
In 1869, Brigham Young founded the Young Women organization in the Lion House.
--- The Bee-Hive House ---
Erected about 1852 by President Brigham Young as the Official Residence of the President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and occupied by him from the time it was completed until his death in 1877.
From 1852 to 1855 it also served as the Executive Mansion of Governor Brigham Young of the Territory of Utah.
It was also the home of presidents Lorenzo Snow (1898 – 1901) and Joseph F. Smith (1901 – 1918), both of whom died here.
--- Eagle Gate ---
“The Eagle Gate was erected in 1859, Hiram B. Clawson, designer; Ralph Ramsay and William Bell, carvers. It formed a part of a cobble stone wall, 8 feet high and 500 rods long, which surrounded the grounds of President Brigham Young and was built by him as a protection against Indians, and to furnish labor to the unemployed. Torn down in 1890 to widen the street and to permit the passage of electric cars. Rebuilt in 1891.”
--- Church Adminitration Building ---
The 24 iconic pilasters which surround the exterior are made of solid granite. This granite, as well as that which covers the rest of the steel and concrete structure, was taken from the same quarry as the stone used to build the Salt Lake Temple.
otis elevator at LDS Church office buiding in SLC
the temple grounds included.
Miller Conference Center at Salt Lake Community College Venue Viewer
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints unveiled a new collection that features some of the
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Wednesday unveiled a new collection that features some of the faith's most treasured artifacts, including a page from the original Book of Mormon manuscript written by founder Joseph Smith.
The Foundations of Faith exhibit that opens to the public this week in the church's history library in Salt Lake City also includes 26 other books, manuscripts and documents that go back to the early days of Mormonism. The Book of Mormon is considered the religion's most valuable manuscript, said Richard E. Turley, assistant church historian and recorder.
The exhibit, unveiled by church historians at a news conference, marks the latest example of the faith being more open and transparent about its history.
The exhibit contains first printed editions of the Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants and the Pearl of Great Price. All are keystone documents for the faith, which was founded with 30 followers and now counts 15 million members worldwide. Smith's journal from 1832 to 1834 also is in the collection.
These four display cases comprise our most precious documents, Steven E. Snow, church historian and recorder. They go to the foundation of our faith. These are our spiritual roots.
Some of the earliest records in the collection were carefully maintained as church headquarters moved from New York to Pennsylvania to Ohio to Missouri and Illinois, and finally to Utah in 1847 after a trek across country by early church members.
In one glass case sits a weathered page from the original Book of Mormon manuscript that Latter-day Saints believe was translated from ancient Egyptian and dictated to scribes by Smith 185 years ago with help from God.
As Mormons became more prominent in America and questions emerged about the burgeoning faith, some criticized it as being secretive about its beliefs and practices.
In recent years, the Salt Lake City-based church has taken concerted steps to change that image.
A year ago, it began releasing books containing historical documents that shed light on how Smith formed the church. The religion also has issued a series of in-depth articles that explain or clarify some of the more sensitive parts of its history that it once sidestepped, such as the faith's past ban on black men in the lay clergy and its early history of polygamy.
The church's website has become a treasure trove of information about its doctrine, gospel and practices.
The new Foundations of Faith exhibit, which opens to the public this week at the church's Salt Lake City history library, is another illustration of the religion's push to open its vault and take on questions, said Terryl Givens, professor of literature and religion and the James Bostwick chair of English at the University of Richmond.
The collection should generate widespread interest among Mormons who will be able to see, in person, the artifacts associated with keystone events in church history, Givens said.
The items have been in the church vault, taken out from time to time to show, but they have never before been displayed in one collection. Church leaders hope the exhibit will bolster members' faith and help non-Mormons better understand the religion.
The document likely to draw the most interest is the page from the Book of Mormon, considered the religion's most valuable manuscript, said Richard E. Turley, assistant church historian and recorder.
The exhibit also includes a collection of sacred hymns chosen by Smith's wife, Emma, in 1835; documents that show the early foundation of the faith's organization for women and girls; and the first translations of the Book of Mormon into non-English languages such as Danish and Spanish.
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Church Office Building Fountain
Fountain behind the LDS Church Office Building
The Salt Lake Temple
The historic Salt Lake Temple closes for a 4 year renovation.
At a news conference held on April 19, 2019, President Russell M. Nelson announced that the Salt Lake Temple would close on December 29, 2019, for approximately four years of renovation and restoration including improvements to the surrounding grounds and facilities. The temple is expected to reopen in 2024 when guests will be invited to tour the interior of the iconic building during a public open house. Highlights of the project include the following:
Structural reinforcements to the walls and roof of the temple will work in conjunction with a base isolation system installed under the massive foundation to mitigate the impact of seismic activity.
Modern mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems will replace the aging and outdated equipment located throughout the temple.
The historic interior of the temple will be restored and refreshed, returning to a Victorian-inspired palette of dark woods, rich colors, and patterned fabrics.
Portions of the solid wall that currently surround Temple Square will be replaced with decorative fences, providing much better views and access to the temple from the north and south.
The South Visitors’ Center will be demolished and replaced with two smaller visitor pavilions that will not obstruct views of the temple from the south.
The existing annex and sealing room addition on the north side of the temple, built in the 1960s, will also be demolished and replaced. Two smaller patron pavilions will replace the annex, and the sealing room addition will be rebuilt slightly wider and more true to the design of the exterior wall that it extends.
The recommend desk will be located underground, featuring expansive skylights with generous views of the temple above. This area will be accessible from the patron pavilions through a grand hall or by way of a patron tunnel from the Conference Center parking facility.
The plaza and landscaping south of the Church Office Building will be repaired and renovated with greater emphasis on the Savior and on improving the visitor experience.
Both live and film presentation of the endowment ceremony will be available when the temple reopens, with sessions available in 86 languages.
All images from jasonmillerfineart.com Music from Jen Marco Handy from the EFY 2011: Believe. Hope. Endure soundtrack.
President Donald Trump Visits Welfare Square in Salt Lake City
News package on President Trump's visit with leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City, Utah. Following this visit, he headed to the capitol and announced the downsizing of two Utah national monuments.
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Salt Lake City Walking Tour - (4k Ultra HD 60fps)
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We recorded this 4k ultra hd video during our trip to Salt Lake City, Utah on July 2019.
Salt Lake City is located in the northern part of Utah and it's the largest city in the state. It attracts numerous tourists from around the world who wants to discover the history and beauty of the city.
Our guided walking tour starts at The Utah State Capitol and ends at the Salt Lake City Temple Square. We're going to cover the most popular attractions, including The Salt Lake City Temple, Salt Lake Tabernacle and others.
Video Timeline Links:
00:33 - The Utah State Capitol
01:22 - Mormon Battalion Monument
03:58 - White Memorial Chapel
05:17 - Salt Lake City Council Hall
09:56 - Pioneer Memorial Museum
13:10 - Alfred McCune Home
16:39 - LDS Church Conference Center
18:17 - Temple Square North Entrance
21:00 - The Christus Statue
24:25 - Salt Lake Tabernacle
28:26 - Assembly Hall
30:13 - The Seagull Monument
35:54 - Salt Lake Temple East Side
38:34 - Brigham Young Monument
39:48 - Joseph Smith Memorial Building
41:45 - Church Administration Building
42:22 - The Lion House
43:12 - Beehive House
46:53 - Church Office Building
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Utah Capitol Dome Tour
On October 9, 2016, the Utah Capitol Preservation Board took members of the media on a special behind-the-scenes tour of the Utah Capitol Dome in honor of the building's centennial (dedicated on October 9, 1916). Here's the tour from my POV.
Shot on GoPro Hero Session.
Temple Square, in Salt Lake City, Utah, is home to administrative offices, museums and historic sites of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons). Learn about the many sites of interest surrounding the temple in this brief overview, including the Church's Family History Library, hub of the largest genealogical resource network in the world. Temple Square is also home to the famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square.
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Salt Lake City - Temple Square
Lava field on the highway in Idaho (way to Salt Lake City)
Salt Lake Temple
City Creek Center
Gardens in temple square
Church office building
North Visitors Center
Joseph Smith Memorial Building
Cathedral of the Madeleine
Music YouTube Audio Library
Tocata - Bach
Ditch Diggin - Jingle Punks
Remembering Her Face - Silent Partner
Thank You R G E - Joe Bagale
Extreme Building Recycling - LDS Church Deconstructed in Salt Lake City
Fox 13 news report on an LDS church that we deconstructed in February 2014. We reclaimed the entire roof structure including the original Geneva Steel trusses. Using heavy machinery and skilled labor, we reduced the amount of trash this demolition in downtown Salt Lake would've generated by almost 50 tons.
26th floor of the Church Office Building
Mom and I on the 26th floor of the Church Office Building
0244 Church Office Building
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jumping with a parachute
Parachute & Jumping
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Skydive base jump
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jumping with a parachute
Parachute & Jumping
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Places to see in ( Salt Lake City - USA )
Places to see in ( Salt Lake City - USA )
Salt Lake City, Utah’s high-elevation capital, is bordered by the buoyant waters of the Great Salt Lake and the snow-capped peaks of the Wasatch Range. Downtown’s 10-acre Temple Square, headquarters of the Mormon Church, is home to the majestic, 19th-century Salt Lake Temple and the neo-Gothic Assembly Hall. The acclaimed Mormon Tabernacle Choir performs in the square’s domed Tabernacle.
Salt Lake City is the capital and largest city of Utah, with a population of approximately 190,000 (the Salt Lake Metro Area in its entirety has over a million people). It is one of the largest cities in the Southwest region of the United States, although its climate is more similar to the Rocky Mountain region. It lies in the Salt Lake Valley along the Wasatch Front urban corridor, located between the Wasatch Range to the east and the Oquirrh Mountains to the west; on the border between the Rocky Mountain and Great Basin geographic regions.
Salt Lake City is well-known as the center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (also known as the Mormon church), although fewer than half of the city's residents are members. The city is also known as a base for outdoor recreation, including the many nearby ski resorts just east of the city which were thrust into the world spotlight by the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Significant neighborhoods in SLC include Downtown, the financial core that's home to Temple Square (the main headquarters of the Mormon church); Central City, the main residential area of the city, approximately 400 South to 900 South; Sugar House, a commercial/residential district with many local and national shops; Federal Heights, an affluent district to the northeast; The Avenues a historical neighborhood with many late 1800 and early 1900 buildings; University, the area surrounding the sprawling University of Utah campus and the adjacent VA Medical Center, Research Park, and Fort Douglas; East Bench or Foothill, a residential area bisected by the major arterial road Foothill Boulevard between 900 South and I-80; Capitol Hill, an affluent district just north of Downtown topped by the Utah State Capitol building; Rose Park a residential in the northwest section of the city; and Glendale a residential, primarily Hispanic district to the southwest, home to the International Peace Gardens. The benches are the mostly residential, upper-class communities constructed mostly along the slopes of the Wasatch Mountains on the east side of the valley, although they have recently been growing in the southern valley (the low Traverse Mountains) and the western valley (the Oquirrh Mountains). The east side is traditionally more affluent and conservative than the west side, leading to the expected cultural rivalries that you find in other cities with clear divides, although this divide is arguably less pronounced in Salt Lake City than in most major cities.
A lot to see in Salt Lake City such as :
Utah State Capitol Building
Red Butte Garden
Salt Lake Temple
Natural History Museum of Utah
Salt Lake Tabernacle
Salt Lake City Public Library
This Is The Place Heritage Park
Sugar House Park
Antelope Island State Park
The Leonardo Museum
Discovery Gateway Children's Museum
The Beehive House
Family History Library
Great Salt Lake Marina
The Great Saltair
Gilgal Sculpture Garden
Church History Museum
International Peace Gardens
Utah Museum of Fine Arts
Wheeler Historic Farm
Memory Grove Park
Cathedral of the Madeleine
City Creek Canyon Road
Nightmare on 13th
Ensign Peak Trail
Bonneville Shoreline Trail
Church Fork Picnic Area
The Living Room Trailhead
Mueller Park Trail
Little Dell Reservoir
Salt Lake City and County Building
( Salt Lake City - USA ) is well know as a tourist destination because of the variety of places you can enjoy while you are visiting Salt Lake City . Through a series of videos we will try to show you recommended places to visit in Salt Lake City - USA
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