Nauvoo Illinois Temple
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Recent News Stories
- October 8, 2014 - Hancks to Speak about Nauvoo's First Temple Oct. 14
- August 19, 2014 - Gifts of Love to Nauvoo
July 12, 2010
Nauvoo Pageant: A Tribute to Joseph SmithThrough the end of July, performances of the Nauvoo Pageant will be held just 2 blocks west of the Nauvoo Illinois Temple every Tuesday through Saturday evening. The pageant is a glimpse of the sacrifice and faith of those special settlers who came to Nauvoo and built a city from a swamp.
July 7, 2009
Nauvoo Pageant Performances Begin TonightCelebrating the legacy of the early Latter-day Saints whose faith brought them to a bend in the Mississippi River, the Nauvoo Pageant is a free musical production open to anyone who wishes to taste of the joy and sorrows of the Nauvoo Saints. Performances run Tuesday–Saturday until August 1.
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—David B. Haight
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