Road Adventure 2008: Jerusalem Dance Party

While visiting the Mormon Temple Square in Salt Lake City, we had about a 30 minute conversation with a Sister Nock about movies, books, and music; NOT the kind of conversation I expected to have with a Mormon missionary just completing her 3rd month on assignment at the international headquarters. 

Her assignment was to explain the historical significance of this.

It’s a scaled model of Jerusalem from 33 A.D. 

We were in for an even greater surprise when Sister Nock explained that the little metal plates next to the illustrations could be pressed, activating a spotlight that hovered over the part of the map corresponding to the teaching.

Of course, if you move quickly from plate to plate, you get some nice light switch rays, which she demonstrated with Sammy.

DJ Sammy & DJ Sister Nock 


Jerusalem Dance Party 2008


Of course, no dance party is complete without the infamous after-party. 

Published in: on September 17, 2008 at 7:33 am  Comments (4)  
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4 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. Nice!

  2. Hey, cool! Temple Square! I lived in SLC from 6th to 8th grade…nice town.

  3. Great idea! I am enjoying reading of your travels! Can’t wait to see what is next!

  4. You’re a real deep thinker. Thanks for sahinrg.

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