Thursday, September 27, 2012

Ryce Visits The Home of the Mormons in Second Life

Ryce in front of Jesus and the Book of Mormon

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, or the Mormons, has a very impressive headquarters in Second Life. The area spans 5 sims and includes several interesting places to visit including a virtual Tabernacle (home of the famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir which in my opinion is the best in the United States), an ancestry center with a baptismal font with oxen at the base, and a club inside a Pyramid which is really well done for parties (the sing says live performers only).

This Mormon Temple is for show only but looks impressive.

Ryce met several nice people at the sim who were there to answer questions about becoming a Mormon and talk about their faith. They were very friendly; and you can see Ryce in a nice group shot below. Although Ryce is not going to become a Mormon, he did enjoy his visit.  

The Mormon center in Second Life is a very impressive and interesting build, and well worth a visit.  .
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Ryce with  8Brenda, Skyler Goode, and Tishacious Urriah
I visited on 9/11 and 8Brenda was dressed as a Firefighter 
Many Mormon Missionary boys are gorgeous. Why not put a real-life photo here?

With over 40,000 visitors, Second Life Mormon Land is a very good investment.

This slide show shows Mormon Temples around the world. 

The inside of the Mormon Tabernacle, home of the world-famous choir

Mormon Baptismal Font at the Family Center

The Angel Moroni reveals knowledge to Joesph Smith, Founder of the Mormons 

The central Welcome Center

This really cool night club is inside the Pyramid and features live music. 

1 comment:

  1. Thanks, Ryce. You did a nice informative job with the great photos and writeup.



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