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Thursday, August 1, 2013

Brigham City Tabernacle…

In the 1800’s, many protestant denominations created meeting houses which they deemed “tabernacles”.   The LDS Church was no exception.  Where there was a need for buildings larger than a regular congregation would have, they created these.  The most famous LDS version is the Tabernacle at Temple Square, SLC UT where the famous Tabernacle Choir performs.

This one was built in 1876 at Brigham City, UT – about 75 miles north of SLC in the town named for Brother Brigham, himself a very skilled mill work carpenter by trade.

(You can click on the image for a larger view)

 

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posted by lstavast at 9:46 AM  

1 Comment »

  1. Nice shots as usual Lyle,
    Do the organ one with everything black and white except the pipes.

    Comment by Jim — 08/01/2013 @ 11:06 PM

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