New Temple Square Exhibit Tells Stories of Eight Returned Missionaries

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Temple Square opened a new exhibit Friday that features the stories of eight returned missionaries, more than 1,500 missionary name tags, and reiterates basic doctrines of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

“We are excited for guests to see 8 Stories, our new missionary exhibit at the North Visitors Center,” Temple Square said on their Facebook page.

“View films that explore the lives and experiences of eight members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who served full-time missions. The exhibit overviews how the teachings of Jesus Christ and missionary service affect these individuals and others they served.”

In February, Temple Square asked returned missionaries to submit their missionary name tags to be part of the exhibit, and over 1,500 were received and put on display.


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Eight Stories is a permanent exhibit and will be open daily from 9 am  to 9 pm in the North Visitor’s Center on Temple Square.