Chapels. A building used for church services and events. According to a general conference message by James Faust, a member of the First Presidency, “Our chapels are dedicated to the Lord as holy places. We are told we should go to the house of prayer and offer up our sacraments upon His holy day. Partaking of the sacrament is a solemn and sacred privilege. In our chapels we are instructed in principles of the gospel, children are blessed, members are confirmed and given the gift of the Holy Ghost, and testimonies of the truthfulness of the gospel are borne” (“Standing in Holy Places,” Ensign (Conference Edition), April 2005, p. 68).
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