What to Expect When the Mormon’s D.C. Temple Opens to the Public

Karina Elwood of The Washington Post reports that the D.C. Mormon temple, which is usually only accessible to church members, will be open to the public for two months following its recent  renovations. Elwood writes, “Church leaders said they hope anyone with questions about the faith will visit the temple. For them, it’s an opportunity to open the doors and share their traditions.” The temple’s interior is designed to emulate the journey of becoming closer to God.

Read at The Washington Post

© 2011 Religion & Politics