Thursday, July 9, 2015

Kaysville Tabernacle

Build from 1912-1914 and dedicated in 1914, the Kaysville Tabernacle is one of the most unique meetinghouses in all of the Church.

(Image Source: Church History Library)

The building has had many additions, including classrooms, a cultural hall, and stake offices, but the tabernacle itself has remained relatively untouched in spite of these new buildings.

The interior has a balcony/cry room, stained glass, and other beautiful architecture. They will be shown in upcoming posts.

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