Discovering Great Mormon Buildings

Kaysville

Kaysville Tabernacle Stained Glass


This Chapel has some of the nicest stained glass I have seen in an LDS building. The entire room is filled with the glass, and it is not only beautiful, but in really good condition as well, filling the space with a warm, soft and diffused light. I was able to get into the Chapel because of a 160-year anniversary celebration the ward held yesterday afternoon. There were several booths sharing the history and photos of the building. I was surprised and happy to see the two photos I previously posted of this building as part of a display in the lobby. Unfortunately, there was no indication that the photos were mine. I didn’t think this would need to be said, but please do not use photos from this site in any way without at least an acknowledgement as to where you received them. If you have any questions, feel free to email me.

198 W Center
Kaysville, UT
Built 1912
Architect: William Allen
Click for Map Location of Building


Kaysville Tabernacle Exterior

198 W Center
Kaysville, UT
Built 1912
Architect: William Allen
Click for Map Location of Building


Kaysville Tabernacle Stained Glass


Bottom half of the window at the front south-facing elevation, west of the entry, cut through by a stair landing leading up to the chapel balcony.

198 W Center
Kaysville, UT
Built 1912
Architect: William Allen
Click for Map Location of Building


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