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Goodbye pageants?

Are pageants now a thing of the past? “Local celebrations of culture and history may be appropriate. Larger productions, such as pageants, are discouraged.”
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is growing across the earth.

As this occurs, local Church leaders and members are encouraged to focus on gospel learning in their homes and to participate in Sabbath worship and the Church’s supporting programs for children, youth, individuals and families.

The goal of every activity in the Church should be to increase faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and to share His gospel message throughout the world.

Local celebrations of culture and history may be appropriate.

Larger productions, such as pageants, are discouraged.



As it relates to existing pageants, conversations with local Church and community leaders are underway to appropriately end, modify or continue these productions.

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