The LDS Humanitarian Center and the Draper Utah Temple were among the stops on the itinerary of a group of five Jewish rabbis from the Los Angeles area during a Utah tour March 4-5. Their trip was organized by the LDS Church's Southern California Public Affairs Council working with church public affairs in Salt Lake City.

One of the California public affairs representatives, Mark Paredes, said the rabbis spent time at BYU and touring the temple in Draper on the first day of their tour. Included on their schedule the second day were Welfare Square, the LDS Humanitarian Center and Temple Square.

Each of them shared some of their impressions with the Church News as they toured Temple Square.

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