Primary 5 Lesson 35 – The Nauvoo Temple Is Used for Sacred Ordinances

I have recently been called (given the responsibility) as a Primary Teacher in my Ward for 10 and 11 year old children, including my oldest, 11-year old Mikey. This year they are studying the Doctrine and Covenants and LDS Church History in the Primary 5 manual. Yesterday was my first time teaching. I wanted to add some A/V to the lesson in hopes of keeping their attention. I found a blog called “Short Attention Span Sunday School“.

The lesson yesterday was lesson 35 “The Nauvoo Temple Is Used for Sacred Ordinances”. I used a lot of the information from Short Attention Span Sunday School’s Primary 5 lesson 35 post.

I created a slidedeck on my iPad using Keynote and decided to share it in hopes that others may find it helpful. Note – this is a large file as I embedded a video in it.

Let me know if this is helpful to anyone.

3 New Temples in Arizona

On Saturday (24 May 08), President Thomas S. Monson, President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, announced a new Temple to be built in Phoenix, Arizona.  This is in addition to the two temples annouced for Arizona last month, 1 in Gila Valley, and 1 in Gilbert.  This will put 3 Temples in the Phoenix metro area.  I believe that this will be the first metro area outside of Utah that will have more than 1 Temple.