Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas

Jesus Christ is the gift of Christmas. “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” (John 3:16) See Christmas.ChurchofJesusChrist.org for music, videos, and...
Family Christmas Videos

Family Christmas Videos

Below are Christmas videos we think you will enjoy. After you watch these videos, click the YouTube logo in the bottom right of the videos so you can go to YouTube and click Like. That will make them more popular on YouTube so they will be more likely to be seen by...
Looking for Service Projects for Your Family For Christmas?

Looking for Service Projects for Your Family For Christmas?

Looking for service ideas for your family this Christmas? Here are two good sources for ideas: See Latter-day Saint Charities for ideas on how to volunteer for local and international efforts to serve people of all nationalities and religions. Look for ways to serve...
Christmas Lights on Temple Square

Christmas Lights on Temple Square

Thousands of LED lights spread out over the 35 acres of historic Temple Square and the immediate area. Enjoy this video “Christmas Lights Shine Bright on Temple Square.” If you live near Salt Lake City, come enjoy the lights with your family from...
The Best Christmas Gifts for Latter-day Saints

The Best Christmas Gifts for Latter-day Saints

Here’s a quick list of great Christmas presents for Latter-day Saints. The DVD Book of Mormon Videos: Scenes from First Nephi includes the videos from the beginning of the Book of Mormon through the arrival of Lehi and his family in the promised land. You can...
Video: David Archuleta – Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays

Video: David Archuleta – Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays

Popular Latter-day Saint singer David Archuleta has released a music video for his cover of “Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays.” This song was originally recorded by the boy band N’Sync. Watch the video for a special surprise for fans of the original....
Christmas Events on Temple Square 2019

Christmas Events on Temple Square 2019

Temple Square becomes a wonderland of festive lights, nativity scenes, and music from Thanksgiving through the end of the year. Take your family to Temple Square and enjoy Tabernacle Choir broadcasts, organ recitals, guided tours, Christmas films, museum exhibits, and...
First Presidency Christmas Devotional, December 8, 2019

First Presidency Christmas Devotional, December 8, 2019

The First Presidency’s Christmas devotional will be broadcast on Sunday, December 8, 2019, at 6:00 p.m. MST. The program, originating from the Conference Center, will include Christmas messages by General Authorities and General Officers of the Church. The Tabernacle...
Resources to Help You #LightTheWorld

Resources to Help You #LightTheWorld

To help you share the Church’s #LightTheWorld effort, you may find the following downloads helpful: The Christ Child Watch a new 18-minute dramatic short film depicting the events of the Nativity. Consider viewing it with friends and family and using the Home...
Christmas Resources For Your Family

Christmas Resources For Your Family

The ChurchofJesusChrist.org has a page with Christmas resources, such as articles, scriptures, stories, videos, and music. Please consider sharing this page with your family and friends this Christmas. You can also find great references for Christmas at...
#LightTheWorld 2019 Daily Service Calendar

#LightTheWorld 2019 Daily Service Calendar

Sometimes it’s easy to lose the true meaning of Christmas in the excitement over twinkling lights and holiday dinners. But Christmas is all about honoring Jesus Christ. Use this calendar whenever you need to remember the true reason for celebrating. If you miss a day,...
6 Ways to Accept the #LightTheWorld 2019 Invitation

6 Ways to Accept the #LightTheWorld 2019 Invitation

#LightTheWorld is an invitation to transform Christmas into a season of service. It’s a worldwide movement to touch hearts and change lives by doing the things Jesus did: feeding the hungry, comforting the lonely, visiting the sick and afflicted, and showing kindness...

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