Here are some of the places you wouldn’t want to miss out.
The Garden of Gethsemane
If you take a trip to Jerusalem, there are plenty of places you may want to check out. You could consider taking the time to go to the Garden of Gethsemane.
This garden holds a special corner in the minds and hearts of Latter-Day Saints. The reason: this spot is where Jesus Christ became overwhelmed with sadness due to the many sins of the world, prior to his crucifixion.
Mormons believe that Jesus spent the sacred hours in Gethsemane to lament and atone for the sins of all mankind, from the beginning up to the present.
The Temple Square
Located in Salt Lake City, the Temple Square presents more than just history. This location serves as the venue for the conference center. The church headquarters also operates in this particular place.
The two visitor centers make the Temple Square an ideal place for the entire family. They can learn about the Church of Jesus Christ here.
Many of Jesus’ miracles are attributed to the Sea of Galilee. It helps open a wide learning ground for the Mormon faith.
There exists a popular story where Mormons traveled a thousand of miles from the Midwest to Salt Lake City. You may have heard enough it more than enough, for it holds a significant part in the history of Mormons. Mormons have places around the world rich with historical values and faith. Enjoy your travel and learn while doing so – it will be worth it.