2013 Christmas Devotional

  • December 8, 2013
December 8, 2013
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

President Monson addresses the Church at the First Presidency Christmas devotional in 2012. 

Article Highlights

  • The Christmas devotional will be broadcast live at 6:00 p.m., December 8, 2013, from the Conference Center.
  • Tickets are now available online at lds.org/events.
  • The devotional will be available in more than 50 languages.

The First Presidency invites Church members and friends to view the satellite broadcast of the annual Christmas devotional, which will originate from the Conference Center on Sunday, December 8, 2013, at 6:00 p.m. mountain standard time.

The hour-long program will include Christmas messages from Church leaders and music from the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square.

Complimentary tickets for the devotional are now available. Information on how to obtain tickets can be found by going to lds.org/events.

Broadcast.lds.org will offer live video of the devotional in 16 languages—American Sign Language, Cantonese, Cebuano, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, Samoan, Spanish, Tagalog, and Tongan—and live audio in several languages. These video and audio files will be archived on broadcast.lds.org shortly after the broadcast.

Live audio and video of the devotional will also be available in English and Spanish on mormonchannel.org.

Various broadcast, cable, satellite, and Internet television stations and broadcast, satellite, and Internet radio stations throughout the world will also carry the devotional. Check local program listings for availability in your area, or visit mormonchannel.org or byutv.org.

The devotional will also be broadcast or rebroadcast over the Church satellite system in more than 50 languages. Check with local leaders for more details.

Outside the United States and Canada, a DVD or audio recording of the broadcast will be available through the assigned administrative office to units that do not receive satellite or Internet broadcasts. Leaders should arrange to show the recording to these units.